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O. H. Gunkler Physical Education 

Elisabeth Peck Social Studies 

Frank Smith Sociology 



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Annie Souchworth Home Economics 

J. N. Peck Mathematics 

Elizabeth Richardson French 

F. A. Stewart Agriculture 



Ralph Rigby Music 

May B. Smith English 

J. H. Capps Chemistry 

Gladys Jameson Music 



A. G. Weidler Economics 

Eunice True Home Economics 

B. P._A llen ___ Physical Education 

Mary Risinger Music 



Jean Faulkner Art 

E. J. Weekes __ English 

Mary Ela Art 

J. W. Sattler English 



Gertrude Cheney Music 

H. D. Schultz Industrial Arts 

Margaret Chapin French 

■^'aldemar Noll Physics 



R. R. Hardin Political Science and Economics 

Charlotte P. Ludlum Ancient Languages 

J. C. Feaver Philosophy and Religion 

Patricia Mahon Music 



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W. G. Ross Philosophy and Religion 

K. Helen McKinstry Physical Education 

C. O. Spillman Agriculture 

Mary Dupuy Sociology 

J. W. Hatcher Sociology 

Alice Reid Home Economics 

W. E. Newbolt Business 

Amy Woodruff Home Economics 

Pattie Jo Russell Business 

W. R. Hutcherson Mathematics 

Emily Ann Smith English 

L. E. Bowling English 

Mary Brooks Home Economics 

Harvey Lance Physics 

Margaret Balzer Art 

J. D. Loefer Biology and Chemistry 

Louis Smith History and Political Science 

Agnes Aspnes Home Economics 

C. S. Price Agriculture 

Emma Reeverts English 

J. N. Hartt Philosophy and Religion 

Marian Kingman Home Economics 

O. L. Keener Social Studies 

Ruth Woods Home Economics 

Benton Fielder Agriculture 

M. H. Kerr Agriculture 

J. S. Bangson Biology 

Feaster Wolford Agriculture 



Anna Born German 

N. M. Shutt ._ Physical Education 

Virginia Engle Library Science 

A. O. Dekker Chemistry 

Mary Baker French 

A. J. Chidester Education 

Dorothy Harvey French and Psychology 

W. G. Burroughs Geology 

J. W. Hughes English 

Helen Dingman Sociology 

W. W. Sikes Philosophy and Religion 

Eleanor Brooks English 

C. E. Pauck German 

Celia Kysela Music 

D. H. Candy Psychology 

D. W. Pugsley Mathematics 

W. J. Baird Education 

R. E. Hovey Music 

G. G. Roberts Mathematics 

C. C. Dawson Business 

L. F. Crippen History and Political Science 

H. B. Monier Agriculture 

L. M. Ambrose Education 

Joseph Cantieni Art 

E. W. Blank English 

E. T. Parks History and Political Science 

R. B. Clark Physical Education 

Ann Elliott Physical Education 




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Harding Noblitt, President 



Hobert Thompson, Vice Pres- 
ident 



Audrey Dodd, Secretary 



Talmadge Maggard, Treasurer 




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JOHN M. ADAMS, JR. 
WHITESBURG, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

BARBARA CATHERINE ALLEN 
HAWESVILLE, KY. 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



RUBY ALLEN 
LANGLEY, KY. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

GARNIE EARSLE ANDERSON 
NANCY, VA. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 



FLETCHER LANIER ANDREWS 
NEWTON, N.C. 
A.B., BIOLOGY 

EULA KATE ARCHER 
JONESBORO, TENN. 
A.B., ENGLISH AND 
HOME ECONOMICS 



JAMES ARTHUR 
FLAT LICK, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

AUBREY HAROLD BAILEY 
BAILEYTON, TENN. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 



VIVIAN BAILEY 
ASHLAND, KY. 
A.B., GERMAN 

ANDREW BAKER 
HAZARD, KY. 
A.B.. ENGLISH 



£eM'etJ 



CLARENCE HARRISON BALES 
ROSE HILL, VA. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 

FRANCES ALFREDA BARR 
CHARLOTTE, N.C. 
A.B., GERMAN 



CLAUD MILLER BAYS 
GUAGE, KY. 

A.B., CHEMISTRY 

MADGE BETTIS 

DANDRIDGE, TENN. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



ROBERT BLAKER 

BLUE SULPHUR SPRINGS, 
W. VA. 

A.B., CHEMISTRY 

CLEO HARRIET BOWIE 
NIMMONS, SG. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



MARGERY MAE BOWIE 
NIMMONS, SG. 

A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 

HARVEY DENTON BRADLEY 
CAIN'S STORE, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



JACK BRAFFORD 
CORBIN, KY. 

A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

EDWARD R. BRANN 
HAMBURG, GERMANY 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 





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LUTHER BRIGHT 

MARLINTON, W. VA. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 

GARNET ELIZABETH BRYAN 
ASHLAND, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



MAXINE BURLEY 
ASHLAND, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

KATHLEEN LENORD BURNS 
BROCK, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



CHANDOS CALHOUN 
HITCHINS, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

LUCY CANADA 
SOMERSET, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



CHARLES CURTIS CARRINGTON 
CHARTERS, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

MARY LOIS CASEY 
ROCHOLD, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



KATIE LOUIS CHAMBERS 
HUNTSVILLE, ALA. 

A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 

HORACE EDWARD CLARK 
WICHITA, KANSAS 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 



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ROGER W. CLOYD 
CORBIN, KY. 

A.B., CHEMISTRY 

RICHARD COLE 
RUSSELL, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



EDWARD A. COLEMAN 
RICHWOOD, W.VA. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

VERVA COLEMAN 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 



ARTHUR CARL COLLINS 
WOODVILLE, ALA. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

GENE COMBS 
LANGLEY, KY. 
A.B., BIOLOGY 



RUTH VICTORIA CORNETT 
McROBERTS, KY. 

A.B., ENGLISH AND FRENCH 

WILLIAM FRED CORNETT 
WHITESBURG, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



K. LOUISE COSSETT 
ASHLAND, KY. 

A.B., RELIGION AND 
GERMAN 

JANE ELIZABETH COX 
MT. VERNON, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 





RETHA CRASE 
BELKNAP, KY. 

A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

GLENDON CROWE 
LYNN, ALA. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



HUBER HAMRICK DAVES 
SHELBY, N.C. 

A.B., PSYCHOLOGY 

1EANETTE COPE DEAN 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 



RALPH A. DEAN 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., ECONOMICS 

JOE DICKERSON 
LIVINGSTON, KY. 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



HANSEL DcWlTT DILLINGHAM 
BARNARDSVILLE, N.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

AUDREY LOUISE DODD 
BOAZ, ALA. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



OPAL HARVY DUNAWAY 
DWARF, KY. 

A.B., EDUCATION 

LAURA ALICE EAKIN 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



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AMBROSE EASTERLY 
CROSSVILLE, TENN. 
A.B., FRENCH 

JOSEPH B. EDWARDS 
BUNCOMBE, N.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



WILLIAM R. ESTEP, JR. 
WILLIAMSBURG, KY. 
A.B., RELIGION 

BEATRICE EFFIE EVANS 
ST. PAUL, VA. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



MARY KATHERINE EVANS 
PAINTSVILLE, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

MIRIAM LOUISE EVANS 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 
A.B., ART 



HARLEY FILLMORE 
HARRIMAN, TENN. 
A.B., PHILOSOPHY 

PAUL ROBERT FISH 
FAIRVIEW, N.C. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 



JAMES FISHER 

RURAL RETREAT, VA. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

GLADYS IRENE FRANKLIN 
DREXEL, N.C. 
A.B., HISTORY 





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LUTHER GABBARD 
GRAY HAWK, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



EUNICE GARCIA 
NORWALK, OHIO 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



OLIVE GAYHART 
HARDBURLY, KY. 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

WILLIAM BEST GILBERT 
BEREA, KY. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 



TESSA GRACE GILLESPIE 
RAINELLE, W. VA. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

MERIEL ELIZABETH GOBLE 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 
A.B., PIANO 



AFTEEL GRAHAM 

WEST SOMERSET, KY. 
B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

BERTHA JOHNSON GREEN 
RICETOWN, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



MARGARET MARIE GRIMES 
ASHEVILLE, N.C. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

DAVID NEWTON GRIMWOOD 
MERIDIANVILLE, ALA. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



£eHi'ciJ 



JUANITA LEE HALL 
HAZARD, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

LOIS INEZ HENDERSON 
GREENVILLE, S.C. 
A.B., MATHEMATICS 



MARGARET ELLEN HILL 
BEAN STATION, TENN. 
A.B., ART 

ELIZABETH ELLEN HOFFMAN 
TEHERAN, IRAN 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 



MARTIN FRANKLIN HOFFMAN 
NEW HOLLAND, PENN. 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

RUTH PAULINA HOLDER 
ENKA, N.C. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



MARGARET HOPPER 
SOMERSET, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

DAYTON DAVID HULBURT 
OAK PARK, ILL. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



EVERETT BROWN HURST 
KNOXFORK, KY. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 

RUTH RAYMER INGRAHAM 
KINGSPORT, TENN. 

A.B., PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC 





£ehfcbJ 



MONROE R. JENNINGS 
BECKLEY, W. VA. 

A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE 

MARVIN DOUGLAS JONES 
PAINTSVILLE, KY. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 



ELIZABETH KESSEL 
MOOREFIELD, W. VA. 
B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

NORA LITTON 
CLARENCE, KY. 
A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 



EARL KILBOURNE 
BEREA, KY. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 

HAROLD KIRBY 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., GEOLOGY 



MINERVA ELIZABETH KIVETT 
CUMBERLAND GAP, TENN. 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 

EVELYN LAMB 
McCLURE, VA. 
A.B., EDUCATION 



CAROLYN LAVENDER LAMBERT 
ASHLAND, KY. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 

RILEY M. LAMBERT 
PARKER, S.D. 
A.B., GERMAN 



£eh/ciJ 



ANNIE CORINNE LANCE 
BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

ROBERTA PEARL LAREW 
GREENVILLE, W. VA. 
A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 



TROY JAMES LASWELL 
BRODHEAD, KY. 

A.B., GEOLOGY AND 
GEOGRAPHY 

CHARLES LORD 
GRINNELL, IOWA 
A.B., AGRICULTURE 



GETHA BERYL LOSHBOUGH 
CROSSVILLE, TENN. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

OPAL ILENE LOY 
JAMESTOWN, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



ANNETTE McCOMMACK 
BLUE JAY, W. VA. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 

JUANITA BLANCHE McDANIEL 
LOTHAIR, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



GEORGE WESLEY McKINNEY, 
AMIGO, W. VA. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 

LOIS S. McVOY 

CUMMINGTON, MASS. 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



JR. 





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TALMADGE PATRICK MAGGARD 
MAGGARD, KY. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 

ALFRED HAROLD MALTBY 
HASTINGS, FLA. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 




MARTIN MARLAR 
HONEY BEE, KY. 

A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

MINNIE MARTIN 
EASTERN, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



TELLIS ALEXANDER MARTIN 
HICKORY, N.C. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

HAL AKARD MASENGILL 
BLOUNTVILLE, TENN. 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 



MARY FRANCES E. MEADOWS 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., EDUCATION 

CLARENCE W. MEEK 
BOONE'S CAMP, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



DONALD JOSEPH MERCHANT 
SWANNANOA, N.C. 
A.B., BIOLOGY 

THELMA MURIEL MEREDITH 
ELK VALLEY, TENN. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



£ehfc$J 



EVELINE MITCHELL 
SPRINGDALE, W. VA. 
A.B., EDUCATION 

C. EDWARD MOORE 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



FLOYD GLENN MOORE 
BERWIND, W. VA. 
A.B., MATHEMATICS 

MARGARET MOORE 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 
HARRODSBURG, KY. 



JUANITA MORRIS 
BENHAM, KY. 

A.B., ECONOMICS 

NANNIE V. MOXLEY 
CRESTON, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



ARTHUR PAUL NESTOR 
MARMET, W. VA. 
A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

HARDING NOBLITT 
MARION, N.C. 

A.B., POLITICAL SCIENCE 



HELEN JO PATRICK 
ASHLAND, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

EMMA MAE PEARSON 
COLLEGE HILL, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 





£ehicU 



FRED PEARSON 
TREADWAY, TENN. 
A.B., GEOLOGY 

JEWELL PENLEY 
GATE CITY, VA. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



PEARL PHILLPOTT 
SOMERSET, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

WOODROW B. QUINN 
TWILA, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



JACK RATHBONE 

LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 

ARTHUR RICE 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



JEAN ROBERTS 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., SOCIOLOGY 

MARY HELEN ROBERTS 
BURNSIDE, KY. 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



WILLIAM LEE ROBERTS 
HAMBLETON, W. VA. 
A.B., ECONOMICS AND 
BUSINESS 

LLOYD EDWIN ROBERTSON 
PINE HALL, N.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



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J. B. ROBINSON 
BANDANA, N.C. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 

IDA EVELYN ROSE 
BARBOURVILLE, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



T. CHARLES RUNNION 
ERWIN, TENN. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

LESLIE W. SCROGGS 
ASHEVILLE, N.C. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 



RALPH FRANKLIN SHEPHERD 
CRUMPLER, N.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

ROBERT LOUIS SHEPHERD 
BEREA, KY. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 



FRANKLIN ARMONELL SHERRILL 
CRAB ORCHARD, TENN. 
A.B., MATHEMATICS 

ETHEL MARJORIE SHRADER 
NORTH TAZEWELL, VA. 
A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 



EUGENE FANNING SMITH 
FOREST CITY, N.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

FRANCES SNODGRASS 
MOUTH CARD, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 





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RAYMOND McFADDEN SPEARS 
VAN LEAR, KY. 

A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

ODESSA STANLEY 
TOLER, KY. 
A.B., ENGLISH 



MARGARET STEINORTH 
POINT PLEASANT, N. Y. 
A.B., PHILOSOPHY AND 
GERMAN 

KENNETH STONE 
PINEVILLE, KY. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 



FRED MATTHEW TAYLOR 
GREENVILLE, S.C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 

HOBERT ROY THOMPSON 
MILLSPRINGS, KY. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



EMOGENE THOMPSON 
WEBBVILLE, KY. 

A.B., HOME ECONOMICS 

DANIEL THORINGTON 
RICHMOND, VA. 
A.B., ART 



HAROLD TOMPKINS 
ELGIN, TENN. 
A.B., ECONOMICS 

HAROLD WADE TULLY 
EAST RAINELLE, W. VA. 
A.B., MATHEMATICS 



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EDWARD B. TURNER 
HOUSTON, KY. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 

CHARLOTTE E. VANDIVER 
BURLINGTON, W. VA. 
B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



BURNICE LEE WALL 
EUBANK, KY. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 

CHARLES LOUIS WALL 
EUBANK, KY. 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



INEZ ASHLEY WALL 
EUBANK, KY. 

A.B., PSYCHOLOGY 

CARL C. WARD 
NEVA, TENN. 

B.S., AGRICULTURE 



CARTER WARD 
NEVA, TENN. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

ESTHER R. WARNER 

JEFFERSON CITY, TENN. 
A.B., GEOLOGY 



LOU ADA WELLS 
ASHLAND, KY. 
A.B., HISTORY 

JUANITA WHEELER 
STEVENSON, ALA. 
A.B., CHEMISTRY 

















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SALLY WILKERSON 
FREEMAN, W. VA. 
A.B., ART 

ANNA LEE WILLIAMS 
FLAT GAP, KY. 

B.S., HOME ECONOMICS 



EDNA LOUISE WILSON 
BOAZ, ALA. 
A.B., ENGLISH 

CLAYTON D. WRIGHT 
DERBY, OHIO 

A.B., MATHEMATICS 



JAMES MARION WYGAL 
CORBIN, KY. 

A.B., PSYCHOLOGY 

WOODROW WILSON YOUNG 
MICAVILLE, N. C. 
B.S., AGRICULTURE 



CHESTER L. YOUNGE 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., HISTORY AND 
POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CALEB YORK 
WINDSOR, KY. 
A.B., GEOLOGY 



CHARLOTTE LOUISE HAWKINS 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., SOCIOLOGY 

IVOL ENOLE GODBEY 
BETHELRIDGE, KY. 
A.B., PHILOSOPHY 



ROSELLA MAE MORGAN 
AKRON, OHIO 
A.B., SOCIOLOGY 

RUTH ROMINGER 
BEREA, KY. 

A.B., SOCIOLOGY 



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Top: Lilly Berry, Clmchport, Ky.; Mildred Anderson, Williamsburg, Ky.; Mildred Boyd, Bristol, Tenn.; 
Evelyn Harris, Welch, W. Va.; Manda Howard, Northern, Ky.; Hazel Hughey, Asheville, N. C; 

Bottom: Virginia Jones, Manchester, Ky.; Elizabeth Robertson, Pine Hall, N. C; Rose Slusher, Pineville, 
Ky.; Stella Taylor, Pine Mountain, Ky.; Geneva Wesley, Eubank, Ky. 



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Back Row: J. Anderson, Childers, Paredes, Turner, 
Hopkins, Frazure, Matheny, Stallard, Huddle- 
ston, M. Jones, Skidmore, Witt. 

Front Row: Setzer, Manteufel, Roberts, Miller, Hall, 
Wright, Hardigree, Fosson, Francis, Fergusen. 



theM utill Akeur them A<w. 



Back Row: Wright, Hillman, Walker, Van Krevelen, 
Payne, Dodd, Springstead; 

Front Row: Armstrong, Harrison, McCollum, Faust, 
Gibson, Miller. 




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Kenneth Frye, Vice President 
Ruth Pratt, Treasurer 
Pearle Scott, Secretary 
Jack Walker, President 



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HENRY DAVIDSON __ ._ Pleasant View, Ky. 

VIRGIE HERRIN . . Shopville, Ky. 

JOEL CLOUD .. .. Connelly Springs, N. C. 

MARITA BURTON .. Monticello, Ky. 

ALICE WOLFRAM ._ __ Berea, Ky. 

FORRESTER ISON __ . Oscaloosa, Ky. 

ANNA MAE SHORT __ ._ Jackson, Ky. 

TEDDY STAMPER . olive 11,11, Kv. 

GARLAND COTTLE __ __ Ashland, Ky. 

MARGARET NICKELS __ . Benham, Ky. 

RALPH NORMAN __ __ Winter Haven, Fla. 

MARTHA WAGERS Berea, Ky. 

ZORA BUTTE _. ._ Westminster, S. C. 

CARL KILBOURNE __ __ Appalachia, Va. 

RUTH P. WILSON __ __ Bald Creek, N. C. 

GENE HOUCK __ _^ Todd, N. C. 

WILLIAM E. BLACKBURN ^_ __ Berea, Ky. 

ERSIE CHRISTINE WILSON Newport, Tenn 

ELMER E. ANDERSON __ __ Irvine, Ky. 

GEORGIA HILL ._ Rogersville, Tenn. 

JUSTINE JONES _. „ Ashland, Ky, 

FRED WESLEY __ __ Lynch, Ky. 

MADGE FREEMAN Lewisburg, W. Va. 

EDITH CAMPBELL Pineville, Ky. 

HOMER QUENTIN POTTER .. .. Louisa, Ky. 

MARTHA ANN KELLAR __ __ Dunnville, Ky. 

HARRY W. DAY __ __ Filbert, W. Va. 

RUTH COFFEY .. __ Creelsboro, Ky. 

MARY LOU RANDLES __ __ Berea, Ky. 

ROBERT L. RUNNELS __ West Prestonsburg, Ky. 

INEZ IRWIN __ __ Iberia, Mo. 

JAMES L. RYNERSON, Jr. ____ Harrodsburg, Ky. 














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HAROLD ABNEY Richmond, Ky. 

FRANCES EBBS Bristol, Va. 

LA RUE RAWLINGS Lockland, Ohio 

WYNONA KIRK Celina, Tenn. 

EDNA MILLER Martel, Tenn. 

JOE METCALF Waco, Ky. 

FLORENCE SEAY Asheville, N. C. 

JACK WALKER Hartwell, W. Va. 

QUENTIN BRICKEY Stephens, Ky. 

VIRGINIA D. COOPER Thorpe, W. Va. 

SAM T. WYGAL Oorbin, Ky. 

MARGARET YOWELL Peola Mills, Va. 

ANN deJARNETTE Soddy, Tenn. 

CLARENCE N. DUNFORD Elkhorn, W. Va. 

ETHEL HUBBARD Waco, Ky. 

J. C. RABURN Marion, N. C. 

THEODORE N. QUEEN Ashland, Ky. 

FRANCES SANDERS Romney, W. Va. 

DEXTER ALEXANDER Somerset, Ky. 

PEARLE SCOTT Covington, Va. 

BETTY BERYL REILEY Sioux Falls, S. D. 

DONN MICHAEL FARRIS Welch, W. Va. 

ETHEL STRONG Saldee, Ky. 

WILLIAM ALLENDER, Jr. Corbin, Ky. 

GENE D. BOWLING Hyden, Ky. 

JEAN CROUSER Mannington, W. Va. 

HARRY W. TENNANT Williamsville, Va. 

ZORA BALL Pine Knot, Ky. 

JAMES MARVIN WING Lincoln, Ala. 

QUENTIN METCALF Paint Lick, Ky. 

DORTHA DAILY Oneona, Ala. 

ROBERT LEE EDWARDS __ Barnardsville, N. C. 



CHARLES E. BECK __ .. McKinney, Ky. 

LEONA THACKER _. Buchanan, Ky. 

GLENN TAYLOR ._ — Booneville, Ky. 

FELICIA WALTHER __ „ Birmingham, Ala. 

FRANCES DAWSON __ - Peach Creek, W. Va. 
CLARENCE STEINBERGER __ . Berea, Ky. 

GLADYS ROBINETT __ __ Wayne, W. Va. 

WILLIAM A. HARDWAY __ Gauley Bridge, W.Va. 

MOSS MILLS — Manchester, Ky. 

SUSAN NICKELL __ Hazel Green, Ky. 

JOHN C. REDMAN Nancy, Ky. 

MILDRED RITCHIE Blue Diamond, Ky. 

RUTH PRATT Martin, Ky. 

EUGENE STANLEY Betsy Layne, Ky. 

FREIDA ELOISE THOMPSON __ Catlettsburg, Ky. 

LFLDON P. PITT __ Trinity, Ala. 

MO MARRS Russell, Ky. 

GRAY HUNTER Ashland, Ky. 

CARL WOODROW NEWMAN Exeter, Va. 

KATE DAVIS „ Midkiff, W. Va. 

ELEANOR EAKIN _ Berea, Ky. 

WILLIAM O. HEAD Swannanoa, N. C. 

FLORINE CROWE Cummings, Ga. 

RALEIGH E. WITTEN __ Paintsville, Ky. 

LOUIS W. COMBEST Liberty, Ky. 

NELLIE MAE SHELTON .. __ Foster Falls, Va. 

BOB BENJAMIN ._ Ningpo, China. 

SARA BESS STONE Pineville, Ky. 

HARRIS CRESWELL __ Talbott, Tenn. 

BILL HINCHMAN McConnell, W. Va. 

KENNETH FRYE Wardensville, W. Va. 

LANHAM DINGESS Chapmanville, W. Va. 



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THELMA I. BAKER _ Hamilton, Ohio 

GEORGE D. ALLEY Asheville, N. C. 

FLORENCE KIRSTEIN ___ Black Mountain, N. C. 
WILLIAM TOBY Grundy, Ky. 

KEITH BRAKE Petersburg, W. Va. 

ELLEN SCHEIBERG Kew Gardens, N. Y. 

LINDA STEPHENS Prestonsburg, Ky. 

JOHN R. GROSS, JR. __ Scottsboro, Ah. 

OPHELIA JUDD . Asheville, N. C. 

CHARLES EDWIN BISHOP __ Campobello, S. C. 

GARLAND MORRELL Spruce Pine, N. C. 

RUBYE R. EASTERLY __ .__ Smithville, Tenn. 

WILLIE R. ADAMS Flat Fork, Ky. 

BERTHA PILSON Stuart, Va. 

NANCY LANE RICE __ .__ . . Candler, N. C. 
LACY COCHRAN Trout, W. Va. 

LOIS CRIPPEN Berea, Ky. 

HUGHES H. SPURLOCK Bar Creek, Ky. 

JAMES ARTHUR WATSON Pineville, Ky. 

FERNE ANDERSON Praise, Ky. 

JEANNE NELSON Crossnore, N. C, 

VICTOR SCHERRER Dayton, Ohio 

JEAN GRAY Chattanooga, Tenn. 

GEORGE STEWART Hitchens, Ky. 



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Back Row: 

Hugh Morrison, (Sergeant-at-arms) 
Hetty Jo Knotts, (Chr. Project Com.) 
(Pres.) Wendel Deyton, (Men's Senate 

Rep.) 
Walter Cawood, (Men's Senate Rep.) 
Robert Brickey, (Sec.) 
Annabel Brake, (Women's Senate Rep.) 

Front Row: 

Byron Baker (Vice Pres.) 
Loretta Taylor, (Chr. Soc. Com.) 
Lenore Whitman, (Women's Senate 

Rep.) 
Estil Deitz, (Treas.) 




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CONSTANCE GIFFORD Tabriz, Iran 

ELWOOD REBER West Lawn, Penna. 

MARY BUTLER Wellford, S. C. 

MICHAEL FUHRMANN Hamburg, Germany 

ERNEST RAINES Breaks, Va. 

ELIZABETH M. EVERSOLE Hyden, Ky. 

HAROLD K. COUNTS Nealy Ridge, Va. 

JUNE ROSEBUD MORTON South Shore, Ky. 

MILDRED WOODY Burnsville, N. C. 

GEORGE LOWELL LUSTER McKinney, Ky. 

BILLIE MARIE NESTOR Marmet, W. Va. 

ROBERT BRICKEY Stephens, Ky. 

MARJORIE GILLIAM Livingston, Ky. 

JASON MILLER Dandridge, Tenn. 

RUTH PEASLEE Oak Park, 111. 

KERMIN FLEMING Isom, Va. 

STERLING SORRELL STONE ._War Eagle, W. Va. 

ESTHER ORTH New York, N. Y. 

BILLY BRADLEY Load, Ky. 

VIRGINIA RUTH HIATT Wildie, Ky. 

EVELYN ELEANOR BARR __ Blountville, Tenn. 

MARIE ELIZABETH SHAW Charters, Ky. 

IRENE POTTER Louisa, Ky. 

EVELYN GIVENS Smithville, Tenn. 

RICHARD MASON McNEER— Williamson, W. Va. 
LENORE LEE WHITMAN _.__.. Stollings, W. Va. 

PORTER GILBERT Samaria, Ky. 

HAZEL FOLEY Russell Springs, Ky. 

JOHN JAMES RIDDLE Mt. Vernon, Ky. 

POLLY M. KEEN Dryhill, Ky. 

CLAUDE RUFUS NELON Lake Lure, N. C. 

HAZEL POTTER Yeager, Ky. 



NORA LOU THOMSON .. .. Louisville, Ky. 

ERMEL DELMAS BOWEN __ Stone Coal, W. Va. 
DOROTHY CHANDLER .. Greeneville, Tenn. 
CHESTER R. MAHOOD . Oak Hill, W, Va. 

WAYNE STEWART __ __ Wilclic, Ky. 

ELSIE HAYES __ __ Crab Orchard, Ky. 

ROBERT E. WHEELER .. _^ Grayson, Ky. 

JENNETTA EADS _. ._ Eubank, Ky. 

DOROTHY LOUISE TRUMBO __ Tollesboro, Ky. 

DAVID WAYNE SPURLOCK Bar Creek, Ky. 

BERTHA BELL __ Liberty, Ky. 

McCOY PITT . __ Trinity, Ala. 

ELI HALL Lothair, Ky. 

LURINE BOOHER __ Monroe, Tenn. 

LEWIS HART, JR. Berea, Ky. 

MARY ALLEY __ Grethcl, Ky. 

EDMONIA CLARK __ Hammond, Ky. 

EARL HAYS Berea, Ky. 

LETTA WALTERS __ __ Pumpkin Chapel, Ky. 

MACK ADAMS __ Pittsburg, Ky. 

FRANK STUART STILLINGS London, Ky. 

MARIE HORNE Coeburn, Va. 

CLYDE FLANNERY __ Dunham, Ky. 

MILDRED SMITH BLAKEY Prichard, W. Va. 

ANNABEL BRAKE .. ._ Petersburg, W. Va. 

GLENN CROSSWHITE __ __ Bristol, Tenn. 

MARY GUFFEY __ Jamestown, Ky. 

LOUIS LEE GARBER __ __ Staunton, Va. 

WILLIAM PAUL LOVELACE __ __ Berea, Ky. 

NADEANE SEARS _. Somerset, Ky. 

ROBERT A. LUFBURROW, JR. __ Roanoke, Va. 
JEAN DODSON Mill Springs, Ky. 





VIRGINIA OSBORNE Hot Springs, N. C. 

CHARLES E. BRAMLETT Stevenson, Ala. 

VERNA BRADY Cophenhagen, N. Y. 

WILLIAM F. CYRUS Buchanan, Ky. 

Z. MAXINE FISHER Somerset, Ky. 

MARGARET G. NOSS Stroudsburg, Penn. 

ELDRED PENNINGTON Fielden, Ky. 

WILMA JUANITA DAVIS Loyall, Ky. 

BETTY JO KNOTTS Camden, N. J. 

FRANCES ACUFF ELDREDGE Hixon, Tenn 

SAMUEL W. LYKINS Edna, Ky. 

ANNABELLE YOUNG Omar, W. Va. 

CLINTON SAEGER Lenoir City, Tenn. 

LORETTA TAYLOR Bluefield, W. Va. 

HUGH MORRISON Greeneville, Tenn. 

JEWELL MOORE Tyner, Ky. 

WILLIAM LLOYD DAUGHERTY __ Jenkins, Ky. 

NANCY BARNETT Berea, Ky. 

ERNEST BENSON FEW Taylors, S. C. 

RUTH HOLLIS FAIR Liberty, Ky. 

MILDRED LOUISE CHAMBERS Louisa, Ky. 

GRANVEL SWEARENGIN Grant, Ala. 

JAMES WENDELL DEYTON __ Jonesboro, Tenn. 
HIRAM V. BUCHANAN Benham, Ky. 

FRANCES OWENS Diablock, Ky. 

WALTER LEE CAWOOD Cawood, Ky. 

MABEL GRISWOLD Asheville, N. C. 

JOHN W. HUBBARD Nora, Ky. 

HAROLD LLOYD SHOEMAKER __ Panola, Ky. 

VIRGINIA LEE DRAUGHON Berea, Ky. 

CLYDE WORLEY Whitley City, Ky. 

ELOISE LOFTIS Campobello, S. C 



KATHERINE FLORA KEEN __ Helenwood, Tenn. 
JOHN BARATH, JR. .. Red Jacket, W. Va. 

VIVIAN BUCKLES __ __ Coalgood, Ky. 

DEWEY MOORE _. ._ Fallsburg, Ky. 

RUTH FALKENBURG __ __ Louisville, Ky. 

JAMES CHEATHAM __ ._ Detroit, Mich. 

ANN LANKFORD __ „ Shenandoah, Va. 

ROBERT CAM WYATT Piney Creek, N. C. 

MARY E. COATES __ __ Banco, Va. 

WILLARD E. ARNETT __ .. Rose Hill, Va. 

MARIAN YEAGER _. __ Corbin, Ky. 

ESTIL DEITZ Graydon, W. Va. 

MARGARET ATCHLEY Lenoir City, Tenn. 

REAVIS LOWMAN Connelly Springs, N. C. 

SARAH LEE O'DANIEL __ North Belmont, N. C. 
ROBERT R. RICKARD __ _ Thomas, W. Va. 

NELL WARHOLM __ __ Grundy, Va. 

LeROY HUNT __ _ Columbus, Ohio 

JUNE TERRILL Berea, Ky. 

FRANK HEINZE __ __ Prestonsburg, Ky. 

FRIEDA BEGLEY Berea, Ky. 

ALTA MAE DAVIS Middleburg, Ky. 

MILDRED YORK __ __ Windsor. Ky. 
MARGARET HANSEL Pine Hill, Ky. 

LEWIS EDWARD WADDLE Somerset, Ky. 

ARLIE JONES ._ Eubank, Ky. 

NORMAN WOOTEN __ __ Forest City, N. C. 
HELEN BEATRICE DURHAM Morehead, Ky. 

ANNE ARMFIELD Tampa, Fla. 

GIDEON D. HILL __ __ Pilot Mountain, N. C. 
JUNE WILCOXEN __ .__„ Hixon, Tenn. 

FRED ARLEDGF Hendersonville, N. C. 




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ROBERT E. COLE Lynch, Ky. 

MARYANNA SHUPE Berea, Ky. 

DEWEY LITTLE, JR. Meridianville, Ala. 

GRACE HOLLYFIELD Pound, Va. 

ELLA EDWARDS Sparta, N. C. 

JESSE SHELTON Gate City, Va. 

MARY NELL SHARP Knoxville, Tenn. 

BOYCE BUCKNER Asheville, N. C. 

JAMES GILREATH Corbin, Ky. 

MARGARET ERNEST Walhalla, S. C. 

DALTON LANE Clinchport, Va. 

MRS. CHESTER L. YOUNGE Berea, Ky. 

WANDA EVELYN BROWN Cain's Store, Ky. 

GEORGE BEVERLY GUNTER, JR. — Stuart, Va. 

MARY KEATHLEY Black Mountain, N. C. 

LOREE SINCLAIRE Spindale, N. C. 

ALICE FOX Crossville, Tenn. 

WILLIAM BAXTER Vanceburg, Ky. 

EVA NELL WHITAKER Ludlow, Ky. 

BILL CROUCH Carlisle, Ky. 

STANTON KING Bristol, Tenn. 

POLLYANNA WHISNANT Hollis, N. C. 

ROBERT F. McNEILL West Jefferson, N. C. 

EUNICE JONES East Lynn, W. Va. 

MILDRED J. NELSON Corbin, Ky. 

DEAN CADLE ■-— Middlesboro, Ky. 

ANNA LEE SYKES Clintwood, Va. 

RALPH P. BROWN Buchanan, Va. 

ROBERT ADAMS Flatfork, Ky. 

J. D. THOMASON Walter, Ala. 

BETTY SCHUMACHER Berea, Ky. 

BYRON BAKER Louisville, Ky. 



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Paul Shue, President 
James Taylor, Vice-President 
Sue Cochran, Treasurer 




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WILLIAM W. FRANCIS Carr Creek, Ky. 

LUCILLE KISER Flat Gap, Va. 

GEORGE WILLIAM KILBOURNE Berea, Ky. 

VIOLET COX ■ Yancey, Ky. 

AUDREY LOWE SINGLETON __ Emmalena, Ky. 

HAROLD ADAMS Pittsburg, Ky. 

WINIFRED RODGERS Waynesville, N. C. 

DONALD W. SINGLETON — Westminster, S. C. 

JOHN R. STOUT Altamont, N. C. 

LOUISE YOUNG Rainelle, W. Va. 

JAMES WILSON INGRAM Paint Lick, Ky. 

GLADYS IRENE CAMPBELL Krypton, Ky. 

NORMA VANDERHEIDE Kenosha, Wis. 

LEDGAR LEWIS GARREN Fletcher, N. C. 

SYLVIA LOONEY Keenan, W. Va. 

MALCOLM BETTIS Maryville, Tenn. 

ROBERT LEE FIELDER Berea, Ky. 

KATHLEEN PARK Wagersville, Ky. 

JOSEF WILSON Burnsville, N. C. 

LILLIAN IRENE WELLS Auxier, Ky. 

LUCILLE HOLMES Highland, Ohio 

DOUGLAS BLEVINS Ashhnd, Ky. 

NOVELLA FULLER Asheville, N. C. 

JOHN H. SPURLOCK Printer, Ky. 

ROBERT D. PARKS Elkin, N. C. 

LORENE McKINLEY Jamestown, Ky. 

RAYMOND E. GIBSON Prospect, Ky. 

HELEN MONIER Berea, Ky. 

FRANKIE D. CORNETTE Morris Fork, Ky. 

DOUGLAS BROGDEN White Rock, N. C. 

MARGERILLA BRANHAM Prestonsburg, Ky. 

HAROLD G. DOWDY Union, W. Va. 



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AlINi: COMBS .. Louellen, Ky. 

CHARLES IRA HALL . __ Pleasant Hill, Tcnn. 

DORIS LEWIS . - Albany, Ky. 

J. CLIFTON MOORE _. Lynch. Ky. 

WINDLE ARMS .. Celina, Tcnn. 

MABEL JUNE BRICE __ — Pincvillc, Ky. 

HARVEY GENE RUTNOSKI Detroit, Mich. 

FRANCES EVANS „ Paintsville, Ky. 

MATTIE ELLEN AYERS __ Turla, Ky. 

ROBERT MELGAARD _ __ Concord, Tenn. 

LILLIAN ALTIZFR Riner. Va. 

ROBERT HOWARD BOEHM . Lynch, Ky. 

ORSON SMITH „ . Russell, Ky. 

MABEL COLVARD __ Crumplcr, N. C. 

NORRIS WOODIF . Welch, W. Va. 

CLARIBEL BREAZEALE __ Crossville, Tcnn. 

MARGARET BOWMAN __ — Berea, Kv. 

HENRY YATES Millard, Va. 

JESSIE LEE RUSSELL Sparta, Tenn. 

EDWARD EWEN - -- Berea, Ky. 

THOMAS P. HUBBARD, JR. — Fort Gay, W. Va. 
IMOGENE THOMAS — — Parcoal, W. Va. 

GARLAND ASTON HALL — Candler, N. C. 

MARGUERITE G. IMRIE .. Cameroun, W. Africa 

JUDA MARTIN ._ — Galveston, Ky. 

RAY DAVENPORT __ _ Artemus, Ky. 

LUWANDA DIXON ... _ - Unus, W. Va. 

JAMES KENNAMER _. — Woodville, Ala. 

JIMMY DANCE JESSEE Lebanon, Va. 

LAURETTA HEAD __ __ Mars Hill, N. C. 

CHARLES PATTON Knoxvllle. Tenn. 

MADELINE HATCHER Berea, Ky. 




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MARGARET ALLISON __ Louellen, Ky. 

HOBERT GLEN WOODRUM __ Hinton, W. Va. 

SUE COCHRAN Weaverville, N. C. 

JOHN WHITMIRE PETERS Mt. Morris, Pa. 

LEVOY VENABLE Vincent, Ky. 

ELEANOR LOUISE MULLENS Crab Orchard, Ky. 

RICHARD PETITT Logan, W. Va. 

LUISE GENG Versailles, Ky. 

ERNESTINE THOMPSON Pineville, Ky. 

HERSHEL BOGGS Eolia, Ky. 

ANN BARBOUR Knoxville, Tenn. 

GENE REESE CRESWELL Talbott, Tenn. 

WENDELL WITTEN Paintsville, Ky. 

LYDIA WYNNE Scottsboro, Ala 

J. CHAPMAN BANDY Hager, Ky. 

LILLIAN WYNNE Scottsboro, Ala. 

MILDRED ALLEN __ Orlando, Ky. 

LESTER HAROLD McNEELY Drexel, N. C. 

EDNA ERLE CHANEY Mt. Sterling, Ky. 

CHARLES BLANKENSHIP __ Tellico Plains, Tenn. 

RALPH MICHAEL ■___ Marlinton, W. Vi. 

DORA N. PEACE Gatliff, Ky. 

PRINTESS ENGLAND Weaverville, N. C. 

MARY LUCILLE HEFFNER Hendersonville, N. C. 

INEZ WALLACE Woodville, Ala. 

RUSSELL H. HODGES Claudville, Va. 

MARGARET JESSUP Stuttgart, Ark. 

BRADFORD BRUSH Vineyard Haven, Mass. 

WOODROW WILSON REED Evarts, Ky. 

KATHLEEN ROWE Mt. Vernon, Ky. 

JAMES D. TAYLOR Sawyers, Ky. 

FRANCES ZICAFOOSE Asbury, W. Va. 



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MAUDE E. BREWER .. 
CUSTER PICKLESIMER ._ 
ANNE WINIFRED COATES 



Erwin, Tenn. 

East Aurora, N. Y. 

. Volga, Ky. 

Banco, Va. 



CHARLOTTE BALLARD 

White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. 

CHARLES C. RAYBURN . ._ Emerson, Ky. 

RUTH WESLEY _. . Lynch, Ky. 

LAMBERT L. CLEVENGER „ New Market, Ala. 



VICTOR ~WEN _ . Berea, Ky. 

SARA SLUSHER __ _ Pineville, Ky. 

E. BYRON ROSE __ Pineville, W. Va. 

GENEVA ROBERTS __ _. Faubush, Ky. 

GERTRUDE ROSS ._ __ Knoxville, Tenn. 

DAN JUDD __ __ Asheville, N. C. 

JEANNE ERNEST . Walhalla, S. C. 

GRANT BANKS Mt. Vernon, Ky. 



MEREDITH PATTERSON __ Stuarts Draft, Va. 
MARGARET ARMBRISTER . Max Meadows, Va. 
WINTZFORD JENKINS ._ __ Blackey, Ky. 

MARGARET CALLISON . East Rainelle, W. Va. 



LOUISE TYREE __ 
ROY KEOKI BENHAM 
MARY COOK .. 
LYELL J. THOMAS 



West Liberty, Ky. 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Bluefield, W. Va. 

. Wilson, Ark. 



BENJAMIN F. LOYD .. ._ Lafayette, Ga. 

MARY ELIZABETH BEATY Forest City, N. C. 
LEE HUNDLEY OGLETREE _. Arab, Ala. 

LOUETTA BESS De Rossett, Tenn. 



ALICE GOODELL Kearneysville, W. Va. 

CARROLL CROUCHER _ . Blackey, Ky. 

ELLEN AMBROSE .. Berea, Ky. 

MARVIN B. DILLON . Oak Hill, W. Va. 




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MILLARD SHEPHERD Science Hill, Ky. 

YVONNE COVILLE Welch, W. Va. 

MIKE O'NEIL DUFF Allais, Ky. 

GERALDINE MONHOLLON __ __ Corbin, Ky. 

EILEEN STAFFORD Berea, Ky. 

JOSEPH GRAHAM SEBREN Asheville, N. C. 

ELIZABETH PRINCE Landrum, S. C. 

ROBERT WILLIAM BEATY __ Forest City, N. C. 

DON SAYLOR Loyall, Ky. 

RUBY ELLIOTT Middleburg, Ky. 

GILMER WOODS CALLISON Beard, W. Va. 

JUANITA COOPER .. Pine Knot, Ky. 

VIRGINIA BATES Lexington, N. C. 

BEECH FIELDS HOLLON - Williba, Ky. 

RUTH MAE ALLEN Lynn, Ky. 

VERNON WILSON - Pineville, Ky. 

ARTHUR H. COOK Coalwood, W. Va. 

LILLIAN SALISBURY Salisbury, Ky. 

HERMAN ROARK Roark, Ky. 

MARY ELIZABETH PIERCE Eadsville, Ky. 

KATHLEEN MIERAS Annville, Ky. 

JOSEPH K. BYRD Morganton, N. C. 

LILLIAN IRENE ABNEY Renfro Valley, Ky. 

LEWIS BRYANT Mt. Vernon, Ky. 

SEYMOUR CRUMPLER Wayland, Ky. 

ANNA LYNN HARPER Circleville, W. Va. 

ALLEN FRANKE Cincinnati, Ohio 

JEAN BOYCE GIBBS Detroit, Mich. 

EVERETT HAYDON SNOW Appalachia, Va. 

ROBERT FRANKLIN COCHRAN „ Ashland, Ky. 

NAOMI CHAFIN Logan, W. Va. 

EUGENE BULMAN Woodville, Ala. 



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RICHARD MONIER MYERS .. Prospect, Penn. 

BETTYE JEANNE KING Greeneville, Tenn. 

MARVIN MIZE __ ._ Norton, Va. 

EULENE SHERMAN . _ _. Lynch, Ky. 

ELIZABETH ANNE HORTON „ Cartersville, Ga. 
DELMAS B. PENNINGTON ._ __ Ashland, Ky. 
ZURIA MAE FARMER . . ^_ Rugby, Va. 

HUBERT E. HARBER _. . Pennington Gap, Va. 

TROY SMITH __ Nancy, Ky. 

GLADYS E. KINLEY _. Greer, S. C. 

HARDING COFFEY .. __ Wonnie, Ky. 

SALLY JEANETTE FORD Elkhorn City, Ky. 

MARION RUTH CAMPBELL __ Middlesboro, Ky. 
CHESTER CORNETT, JR. . . ._ Gordon, Ky. 
NANCY REBECCA CLAY __ __ Lenoir, S. C. 
ROBERT HAIGHT Samaria, Ky. 

CHARLES EDWARD WEBB __ Landville, W. Va. 

EVELYN COLLINS Casey Creek, Ky. 

GREY HOLT EDWARDS __ Welch, W. Va. 

FLORENCE McVEY __ __ Lansing. W. Va. 

BUENA ELLEN BAILEY Burneville, N. C. 

EUGENE DELLINGER __ Altamont, N. C. 

HELEN PROODIAN __ __ Union City, N. J. 
K. HEINZ EUGEN BOEHM Vienna, Austria 

JAMES ROY EDWARDS Barnardsville, N. C. 

FRANCES NUNLEY _. __ Ashland, Ky. 

PAUL ALLEN _ Sinks Grove, W. Va. 

LUELLA MARGUERITE PRICE _ Mt. Vernon, Ky. 

RUBY BOGGS __ Pageton, W. Va. 

ROSCOE LEE OTTINGER Greeneville, Tenn. 

CAROLYN KEENER Berea, Ky. 

RUPERT HARPER _. Copperhill, Tenn. 




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MABEL SMITH ._ Berea, Ky. 

RICHARD H. COMER, JR. South Boston, Va. 
JEAN K. VANDIVER __ Burlington, W. Va. 
JAMES SHAFFER Pittsburgh, Pa. 

EVERETT TROUTMAN . Woodbine, Ky. 

HAZEL SEWELL Jamestown, Ter.n. 

PAUL SHUE Staunton, Va. 

MIRIAM L. BRANDENBURG Berea, Ky. 

LORNA FRISBY Evarts, Ky. 

JOHN M. BOWER Abingdon, Va. 

GRAPHNE AILEEN RISER Hazel, Va. 

CHATTIN CHOWNING _^ Willow Grove, Term. 

LUTHER HOLLANDSWORTH _ Welch, W. Va. 

BERNICE WELLS MURPHY Wellington, Ky. 

FRANKLIN PIERCE GARDNER „ Hillsville, Va. 
GENEVA NEW Denney, Ky. 

JUANITA BAYS Guage, Ky. 

PETER LUFBURROW Roanoke, Va. 

FAYE SHORT Brookside, Ky. 

JOHN WHITE Steufenville, Ky. 

WILLIAM C. AKERS Wurtland, Ky. 

JEAN FRANCES GROTE New York, N. Y. 

ADAM RUBEN KELLY Mallory, W. Va. 

PATRICIA A. LUNA McMinnville, Tenn. 

BILLIE JEAN CLARKE Pennington Gap, Va. 

BURCHEL CORNETT Crown, Ky. 

LOIS ELIZABETH HARTT Alpena, S. D. 

GEORGE COLLINS Forest City, N. C. 

ROBERT JOHNSON Eversole, Ky. 

BETTY LYDA Asheville, N. C. 

WINFRED SALYERS Praise, Ky. 

NELL KIRKPATRICK Bulls Gap, Tenn. 



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LAURA JF.AN FUGATE .. Pennington Gap, Va. 

ERNEST NELSON STAMEY Altamont, N. C. 

FRANK BENSEY, JR. Red Jacket, \V. Va. 

KENNETH E. FELTON Parsons, W. Va. 



CURTIS CROCKETT 
ANNIE OUEEN 



Richmond, Va. 

Canton, N C. 








OFFICERS 

BLANCHE FRANCISCO Hellier, Ky. 

GRACE ITAH SPARKS 

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 

HELEN LOUISE SHEPARD Berea, Ky. 

PIERCE WILEY VIEHE Allencown, Penn. 

MARY ELLEN GILLIAM Greenup, Ky. 

NEWTON MYNHIER Yale, Ky. 

HENRIETTA GORDON Middlesboro, Ky. 

HOOPER GREENE Deep Gap, N. C. 

THELMA K. SUTTON Crab Orchard, Ky. 

MAX MOORE Talbott, Tenn. 

FRANCES M. PROFFITT Paint Lick, Ky. 

ARNOLD L. WALKER Bouty, Ky. 

IRMA CORINNE SPARKS . 

. . St. Thomas, Virgin Islands 

CLARA NEWTON Paducah, Ky. 

CHARLES E. BLEVINS, JR. __ Bakersville, N. C. 

DOROTHY MUNCY Berea, Ky. 

EVELYN ROBERTA LYLES Ocala, Fla. 

KERMIT HIBBITTS CUntwood, Va. 

NELLIE WARREN MATHENY __ Alleghany, Va. 
HOY M. WESLEY Mangum, Ky. 



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Manuel 


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David 


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Eugene Peel, 


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Reba 


Bowling 


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Louis 


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, (Pres.) 






To Cclleye ci — 




Twelfth (j'mdi 



VIRGINIA KILGORE St. Paul, Va. 

CHARLES EDWARD LEWIS Richmond, Ky. 

WALLACE BUCHANNAN __ Fayettevillc, W. Va. 
SHELBY GAY Bowlingtown, Ky. 

ROBERTO PATINO __ Cali, Columbia, S. America 

VIVIAN FRAZIER Berea, Ky. 

ANGELO BILOTTA Coalgood, Ky. 

MARGARET GRAHAM Berea, Ky. 

MARY KATHERINE FIELDER Berea, Ky. 

JAMES YORK Rossville, 111. 

ANNA LEE GILLIAM Livingston, Ky. 

BOYD BYRON HILLARD Eberle, Ky. 

TOM RUSSELL BLEDSOE Creelsboro, Ky. 

ELIZA HAMILTON Frew, Ky. 

FRED VINSON COOPER Houckville, Ky. 

ANNA L. LEADINGHAM Fitch, Ky. 

GEORGIA OWENS Level Green, Ky. 

ROBERT ELSWICK Fremont, Va. 

MARY CHANEY Furnace, Ky. 

AGUSTIN M. GUARCH . Antilla, Oriente, Cuba 

BALLARD GOSSER Fonthill, Ky. 

MARVIN OVADENE BEATY Columbia, Ky. 

LINLEY STAFFORD Berea, Ky. 

NANCY STRONG Otisco, Ind. 

MAVIS SWOBODA Cincinnati, Ohio 

WINSTON WILLIAMS BOWLING __ Peabody, Ky. 

LOUISE B. MONICAL Owensboro, Ky. 

COVA BAKER Cinda, Ky. 

DAVID CAPPS Berea, Ky. 

ERMA LEE FRANCIS Carr Creek, Ky. 

JOHN RALPH SHRADER Tazewell, Va. 

ALVA MARIE CALMES Evelyn, Ky. 



Turetftk fyttde 

RUTH JONES ._ Detroit, Mich 

EDWIN LITTON Clinchmore, Tenii 

JACKIE GILBERT __ Berea, Ky 

THOMAS JOSEPH BILOTTA __ Coalgood, Ky 

KENNETH CALMES _. ._ Evelyn, Ky 

EVELYN CREECH „ „ Pine Mountain, Ky 

CURTIS HAVERLY . Corbin, Ky 

CATHERINE IRENE PARKS __ Berea, Ky 

RUBY PARRIS __ Bryson City, N. C 

ROBERT W. POWELL __ _ Falls View, W. Va 
ROWNENA GRIFFITH _. __ Berea, Ky 

HERLAN TARTER __ __ Russell Springs, Ky 

DONALD SPILLMAN Berea, Kv 

MARY VIRGINIA BELL __ __ Berea, Ky 

JAMES EASTIN YOWELL __ __ Fincastle, Ky 

MATTIE TURNER _„ __ London, Ky 

VERLA FRANCES DeBORDE . Level Green, Ky 

EARL EMERSON SKEEN .. Walden, Ky 

FANNY LEE GRANT __ Alva, Ky 

LOUIS A. McCORD __ __ Sheffield, Ala 

CARLOS M. SUAREZ __ . Banes, Orte., Cub. 

JEAN WRIGHT __ Berea, Ky 

LOUIS WATSON West Liberty, Ky 

CAPPIE SEBASTIAN _.. . . Falmouth, Ky 

NANCY MARGARET JONES __ Kenova, W. Va. 
ROY ZEB WARD __ __ Youngs Creek, Ky. 

HAZEL E. BROYLES __ . Plato, Ky. 

EDWARD G. STODDARD __ __ Chicago, 111. 

JACK CHILDERS Lexington, Ky. 

EVA MULLINS __ .. Climax, Ky. 

HOWARD C. BOWLES ._ Hazard, Ky. 

RESSIE CRASE __ . . Burg, Ky. 









Twelfth (jtyde 

COLUMBUS LITTON Clarence, Ky. 

BONNIE LOUISE HOLMAN Berea, Ky. 

HOBERT BRANSCUM Delta, Ky. 

WILMA ELROD Meadow View, Va. 

OMA PARKER Corbin, Ky. 

TOLBERT SANDLIN Chavis, Ky. 

MODELLE PROFITT Louisville, Ky. 

ORION BECULHIMER Keaton, Ky. 

JANE CORNELIUS Berja, Ky. 

REBA BOWLING Gimcc, Ky. 

TED SCOTT Quitman, Ga. 

MARY BERNICE CLARK Berea, Ky. 

KEITH HUBBARD Williamsfield, Ohio 

ARTHUR REYNOLDS Goose Rock, Ky. 

SHIRLEY BRICKEY Columbus, Ohio 



CletieHtk fade Cku OffliceU 



Back: Jason Howard, Treasurer; Roy 
Hall, President; Herbert Beckers, 
Chm. Proj. Comm. 



Front: Cleo Baker, Vice President; Laura 
Lee Hale, Secretary; Hazel King, 
Chm. Soc. Comm. 




On theii w*\ 




eleventh </Wi 



BERTHA C. WHITE Berea, Ky. 

PAULETTE McATEER Rock Hill, S. C. 

ARLIN BARTON Jasper, Ala. 

BETTY LOU PATRICK Berea, Ky. 

OLLIE VIRGINIA LEWIS Manchester, Ky. 

RUSSELL JAMES KISER Garrison, Ky. 

EVELYN JOYCE MOORE Oregon City, Ore. 

STELLA CORNELIUS Bouty, Ky. 

BONNIE EVANS St. Paul, Va. 

ORA LEE BECK Baughman, Ky. 

FINIS POTTS Pumpkins Chapel, Ky. 

RENDA HARWICK Mintonville, Ky. 

BOBBY PORTER .— Berea, Ky. 

JANE SMITH Ary, Ky. 

JETTA SMITH Ary, Ky. 

JEAN SLUSHER Ashland, Ky. 

PAULINE GILL Birmingham, Ala. 

PHILIP ALLEN Trixie, Ky. 

FRANCES VAUGHN - — Louellen, Ky. 

LIDA KIDWELL Upper Lygirt, Ky. 

CLOFIS BROWN HURST Knoxfork, Ky. 

EMILY DAVIDSON — Oneida, Ky. 

JOHN RIDLEY KENNEDY Pctros, Tenn. 

JOYCE BROYLES Plato, Ky. 

ALICE EVELYN DAVIDSON ..__ Barwick, Ky. 

V. MAE BURCHETTE Gibson Station, Va. 

EVA LEONA CALMES Evelyn, Ky. 

HOWARD MONIER .— Berea, Ky. 

OPAL JACKSON Flat Lick, Ky. 

EMMETT GRAVES — - Jasper, Ala. 

MAE SERENA WESLEY — Mangum, Ky. 

EARSEL EDWARD JASPER Windsor, Ky. 



QeiHentk fynfo 

— or 




ALBERTO VIRGINIA THOMAS Oneida, Tenn. 

JASON F. HOWARD Wallins, Ky. 

BETTY IMRIE . _. Cameroon, W. Africa 

ETTA COOK __ „ Herd, Ky. 

HARRIET L. HOFFMAN __ Teheran, Iran 

MAXINE LOY . Jamestown, Ky. 

ROY HALL __ „ Louisa, Ky. 

CORA SAYLAR __ __ Baxter. Ky. 

PEARL WARFORD . . . Wagersville, Ky. 

ELIZABETH KILBOURNE .. Appalachia, Va. 

LIZZIE BETTY BLAKE Y __ __ Jamestown. Ky. 

IICHARD WILSON __ . Nashville, Tenn. 

BILL FARIS Birmingham, Ala. 

LOLA ELLEN McVEY __ Wayne, W. Va. 

JEAN CLARK .. Berea, Ky. 

>g JOYCE WILADENE POUND . Rock Mills. Ah 

STHER SPENCE _ __ Berea, Ky. 

VIDA DAVIS __ . Seventy-Six, Ky. 

JAMES RUSSELL __ _ Loy, Ark. 

LOUANNA HAMMONS _ __ Corbin, Ky. 

ARTHUR FRANK LEHMANN „ Meana, Ark. 

IARRIETT HAMILTON . Frew, Ky. 

PATRICIA LANG .. __ Ashland, Ky. 

KATHLEEN ARTHUR ._ Ashland, Ky. 

£j0\ MAGGIE BEATRICE BLACK ._ __ Tedders, Ky. 

EDITH WOOD __ . Louisville, Ky. 

' «-- *. LORENE ABNEY _. . Orlando, Ky 

—> j ELBRIDGE HAYS . Berea, Ky. 

LAURA LEE HALE __ __ Grundy, Va. 

ALBERT HAYS __ Berea. Ky. 

AN COX __ __ Closplint, Ky. 

W~ MARY LOU KEENER . __ Berea. Ky. 




Cletientk fynde 

VIRGINIA KATHRYN BALT __ Long Island, Ah. 

HARRY L. STANLEY Leek, Va. 

EVELAN PATRICK ._ Lexington, Ky. 

BLANCHE WOOD Louisville, Ky. 

EMMA AUGUSTA BARDILL __ Warthburg, Tenn. 

BEATRICE F. GOODRICH Berea, Ky. 

LILLIAN BYRD Big Stone Gap, Va. 

WESLEY CHANEY BIoss, Ky. 

JACK ROHXER BENJAMIN Ningpo, China 

JOSEPHINE BALLARD ROPER Asheville, N. C. 
GERARDO M. GUARCH __ Antilla, Oriente, Cuba 
ANDREW CLARK .. Hammond, Ky. 

J. C. COLLUM __ .__ Florence, Ala. 

CLEO BAKER Confluence, Ky. 

BETTY CRAYCRAFT New Albany, Ind. 

DOTTIE LEACH Jamestown, Ky. 



£e4JCH4 . . . 




?*//... 



Freshmen days — hot, sultry, homesick 
days . . . new books, new people . . 
new problems . . . cool nights . . 
traces of frost . . . mountain day . . 
leaves, golden brown, drifting . . 
water barrels, buckets, red signs . . 



Wihtei . . . 



Banging, rattling radiators . . . half- 
minute showers . . . Christmas vaca- 
tion, buses, trunks, happy faces . . . 
rain on New Year's Eve . . . soft, 
white snow . . . wash basins, red lines 



rain, rain 





£f2$£h<jl . . . 



Rain . . . rain . . . grass, yellow flowers, 
budding trees . . . benches . . . strolling 
couples . . . tennis, track . . . full- 
sized showers . . . baseball . . . Torch- 
bearers . . . hot days, brown skins . . . 
Labor Day . . . May Day . . . grad- 




FALL 



JieJhtnen h^ • • 



flbiitiiHQ in he^/t/-^hine4 <&hce 
an4 hafo tibbchJ . . . 




tied 



Rem 4JJ/$httteHU an4 ieyUtiatfoH ate Hill meu 
m4 exciting tc n& . . . 

We Jttuqy/e thbcuyh the biea4li^e at the 
£wt4'M$ Hall . . . 

^KcceM at la*t! 





J)h Mutch *jf lubci . . . to the faity ucedcia^t. tefidihf 
Ml, Metij . . . w*e uppcintwntA to iemeftttei . . . 

ClqAAeA . . . M&ckiHf jfct teem J . . . SibU, k'Utot^ 
cemp . . . 



£eVeiat ueek* hqile ftfJJeJ, and theie tie 
uppeiHtmeHtA «t JttneJ Hull . . . time u>4Ate4. 



Public fljfaiu 




iHetwiokile, the ieJt etf the weild fee A on pulling hail . . 

file* J Hull Union 



Fisher, Alexander, Raburn, Meek, Merchant, Jones. 






Back Row: Vandiver, M. B. Smith, Martin, Stephens, 

Gray, Roberts, Th acker. 
Front Row: Sanders, Chambers, Shrader, Cox, Cooper, 

Miss Allen, B. Allen. 




(jictttcUkipA Atilluab uitk democracies . . . W/V.?. WffiteU 
keep CKtoeHtlif tofobme4 about ucbld afflaiU . . . 

Student AelfoeMniHf ctyaw'jatichJ catty thecty into practice. 

% b. Senate 



Back Row: Fillmore, Hardin, Evans, Wells, Nestor, 
Merchant; 

Front Row: Frye, Miss Allen, Cox, Hall, Sanders, 
Brickey, Miss Chapin. 



Student St>td4 

0( (frteihrtJ 



Robinett, Scott, Brickey, Moore, Farris, Wilson, Hardin, 
Sanders, Nestor, Perry, Jennings. 



X fo. £eh<rte 




Back row: Sattler, Litton, Cawood, Beck, Stoddard, 
D. Hughes, Brake, J. Hughes; 

Front row: Dean Shutt, Whitman, Dean True, Brickey, 
Fowler, Grant, Faris, Blevins, Barbour, Thomas, 
Center, Deyton. 



tf* 




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11' JjBfo V 


^H vB^^^I^ .^H 



W*TQ 



The iSeieif Pfaifete 




With its two major public shows each year, its regular Tuesday night one- 
act plays for members, and its cooperation with other organizations on the 
campus in presenting plays and othAplograms, the Berea Players are one of 
the most active organizations on Jt carnlus— and the largest. 

In the fall they gave a near -piyfessionaflter formance of the tragedy, Moor 
Born. In the spring they lauWhed at thendFelves with Tlx Torchbearers, a 
satire on drama and dramatic arT In tie winter the secondary division of 
the club gave three one-act playslfor thapublic. 

Behind the scenes are the skeletons tab public never sees. The old Taber- 
nacle contains costume rooms, rrlke-uf laboratories, carpentry shop, paint 
shop, and class room, where the Iramalics machine of the college and sec- 
ondary school lives and produces. 

This year a small number of Foundation school students became members 
of the club. 

On page 108 are pictures of Alpha Psi Omega, Tau Delta Tau, and the 
National Thespians, honor organizations within the Berea Players, toward 
which members of this organization may aspire. 



tylcct iSoiH 



Set 



Jronte Sisters 



THE OTHER APOSTLE 




Alpha 'Jeta 



Back Row: Allen, Coleman, Walker, Noblitt, Roberts, 
Arms, Queen, Patterson, Melgaard, Dowdy, Fel- 
ton. Mills; 

Second Row: Shaffer, Pitt, Wygal, Kilbourne, Ottinger, 
Johnson, Dillon, Bettis, Jones, Woodrum; 

Front Row: Beaty, Smith, Judd, Hollandsworth, Corn- 
best, Bailey, Cook, Moore, Witten, Byrd. 




Sif moment* ttf the liteWtif oi<j/4Hij«tienA ate the 




£kc foelU 



Back Row: Pearson, Perrine, Stewart, Myers, Fisher, 

Webb, Tennant ; 
Second Row: Ward, Cole, Shepherd, Thompson, Flem- 

ming, Brickey, Norman; 

Front Row: Scroggs, Taylor, Deyton, Wooten, Cadell, 
Bowen, Dingess, Collins, Bulman. 



Phi belt* 



Back Row: Few, Bradley, Nelon, Maggard, Robinson, 
England; 

Front Row: Ledford, Burchett, Alexander, Dillingham, 
J. B. Edwards, B. Edwards. 




\ 



Get set! 



Assume the Angle! 



Down, but not out. 



ih/ttftJcHJ <tn4 the fanqqetJ. 



Cap'n John (Bob Boehm) Smith, lost in the 

woods, is stalked by Injuns as he studies a road 

map. 

Royal Collegians show their patriotism as they 

entertain during vesper hour. 



Jitterbuggin' girls aren't for Berea, but Turkeys 
just don't understand about rules. 
Upper Division scavengers gather on Hallow- 
een. 




9c* 



e$ and ttettet jftftneU . . . 
orW ft* Inf expert*. 

Uwe Cc. Club 




Back Row: Martin, Ball, Burns, Williams, Miss King- 
man, Vandiver, Howard, Crouser, Litton, Francis; 

Front Row: Loshbough, Thompson, Mitchell, C. Bowie, 
M. Bowie, Cox, Larew, Nestor, Anderson, Vaughn, 
Lykins, Kessel, Nickels. 



Ay-Hwt Cc. Clalf 



. . . started its year with an initiation of forty 
new members. After delivering serious lec- 
tures and singing songs, pledges accepted a 
place on a long rope, blindfolded, and allowed 
themselves to be led over fences, hedges, 
through cow pastures, up ladders and down into 
the pavilion, where they were served coffee 
and doughnuts. Candy pulls and pig roasts 
were among some of the other activities spon- 
sored by this group of farmsters. 



tfqi/cq/tnia/ tfhfeh 



... is proudest of its Ag Social, the biggest 
social event of the Autumn season. Every girl 
awaits with bated breath an invitation to this 
gay party where everyone is unconscious of 
everything. 

Other events are the Junior-Senior Judging 
contest, the high school judging contest and 
the Freshmen-Sophomore Judging contest. All 
of these activities are designed to prepare the 
Ag major for taking his place in a farming 
community. 



fy £vcinl . . . 





Into the loft 

. . . Whoops! 

. . . and through the tunnel you go. 
Kerr wins . . . Gilbert's technique on potatoes 
isn't so good. 

Bashful Lassie Lance is part of the typical 
American Farm Family. 

J«h oh the Jtftttt 



C'toU Cwtiif 



ack Row: Adams, Scherreis_ Clcvengcr, Kilbourne 
Baxter; 

ront Row: Bower, Ingram, 3(frtitak\r, Coldiron. 




;— lAi-C^ 




Seiea men... *°te4 fat enhance, JUntina W *pee4 . . 

Berea lost to University of Cincinnati in the only meet our boys had except 
the annual Turkey Day Run at Louisville, where our two teams placed second 
and fourth. 




Tench JntlHtll 



Hunting 3rd Floor North defeated 
Upper Division Town on Thanks- 
giving Day for the intramural 
touch football championship. Mem- 
bers of the winning team received 
medals for their achievement. 




Wewn keep fit uitk tehhti, tfckety ttofck <W M^tbaii 



Almost every girl is lured to one of the many tennis courts during the fall or 

pring by the love of good, clean action and the spirit of competition. Many 

ceive instructions in this pop-l " -| -- 

once you get the knack of the j 
Jl thing and learn how not to hold your bow. These young ladies are doing well jf \ 



A spring Dy tne love or good, clean action and the 
of them take advantage of the gym classes to rec 
ular game played by both men and women. 
Archery is an old sport which is lots of fun om 

V 



for their first class. 

Track and softball are played exclusively in gym classes. 





JH/ltKHtnin hutf . . . 



W m^nkMm^eH Pinnncte W U&t Pimacte ...eat 

i 




Just rarin' to go . . . high on a windy hill . . . crazy even in the Mountains 
. that was a long, hard climb, and appetites are whetted to a keen edge, 
but it looks as if some have already started slipping oti 
"muscles" Alley . . . Boy! What a picture! 



and there's 




theii bucket . . . then qifflle tkic«gk %t ftw'j *iftt*y— /wyfc 



"It's so-o peaceful in the country". . . but dangerous in places . . . chaperones 
relax ... and students do likewise, well, most of them . . . lunch seems to be 
the most important thing to these hikers; and why shouldn't it be? That was 
no mole hill they just came up. 





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WIHTEt 



faitymA ctf4Hij4tiehJ 



4be 4 Atqbilijinf 



influence, petfrtminy 



JeWiceJ to JtudehU 



0\4 ) tc 



etkete thtoafk 



Jtudehtd* 




Oqtfy'Hf urrtk £W<ty 

7'P-Ckttitinn €n4et(M 



Betum-C. C. Cabinet 



Back Row: Bowen, Miss Stooker, Shupe, Cole, Keener, 

Rev. Pittman; 
Front Row: Burns, Gill, Newman, Lowman, Flannery, 

Dunford, Raburn. 




y. tO. C A. Cabinet 



Back Row: Hill, Dcjarnctte, Jones, Snodgr.iss, Nestor, 
Rice, Perry; 

Second Row: Willct, Smith, Peasles, M. Roberts, J. 
Roberts; 

Front Row: Yeager, Kazee, Sinclair, McVoy, Buriey, 
Wilkerson, Beck. 



%1H.CA. Olfinet 



Back Row: Barrow, Loyd, Maggard, York, Adams, 
Gibson, Hodges ; 

Second Row: Fillmore, Hartt, Alley, Taylor, White; 

Front Row: Bowles, McCord, Farris, Hinchman, Flannery. 



£ckcc/j, JteAftteh h^ guiding, *W titihk hmlfag <fte wcny 
the MWiceA petfrtwd by the If. )H. C it. 



Ccdhcil 

Flannery, Ernest, Eversole, Imrie; 
Chafin, McCord, Boggs, Crosswhite; 
Deitz, Lane, Lyda, Prof. Feaver. 




IHkji'c tf»i wi eteti/ »W 




OictteJtU 



Back Row: Fielder, Fran 
landsworth, Wesley 

Second Row: Crippen, 
Denham, Mc£fcel 
Neely, Stillings 
Spence; 

Front Row: Aleek, McAleer, Kee£j&r, 
Imrie, DjNdiam. /^- * 





&m4 



Back Row: Davis, Shaffer, Kilbourne, Fielder, Estep, 
Haverly, Craig, Sherman, Dowdy, R. Wesley, 
Saylor, King, F. Wesley; 

Second Row: C. Keener, McNeer, A. Hays, Wagers, 
Muncv, Byrd, Moore, Hays, Salyers, Beaty, Hol- 
landsworth, Russell, Buchanan, Cloyd, Blevins, 
Lord, Lambert, Blackburn; 

Front Row: Ingraham, Morrell, Ford, Bensey, Popen- 
hagen, E. Hays, McNeely, Bates, Sebren, C. 
Keener, Denham, Clay, Rigby, Director. 



faiftiil CtltefmnA 



Back Row: Cole, Buchanan, Saylor, Davis; 

Front Row: Franke, Ray burn, Bowling, Lambert, Bur- 
chett, Wesley. 



Jiehch Ckb 



Back Row: Richardson, Baker, Imric, Baker, Barr, 
Cornett; 

Front Row: Sinclaire, Crippen, Davis, Hoffman. 



€<f(farti'ch 



#** 




Back Row: Ingraham, Kivett, Clouse, Ciiidester; 

Second Row: Wells, Lamb; 

Front Row: Biggerstaff, Dunaway, Burton. A. Moor 
Mitchell. 





It is practice such as this that makes Berea's 
graduates valuable as teachers in rural as 
as well as city schools. Practice teachers 
are trained in Berea's own departments and 
in grammar schools and high schools in var- 
ious communities surrounding Berea. 




9*i Out ?% 



J)h the fit*"! . . . JJn the Va^ . r> 
JJh the flit CetyJ . . . jto the ftatineJ 



Ira Adams 
Mack Adams 
Wil Main J'liimiu ii 
Hepnan Bess 



While the rest of us go to classes da 
after day and enjoy the freedom of 
Berea campus these boys are giving ipeir 
time to the defense of their countrX: 




JJh the beyihniHy . . . 

The Chime* £u{{ 



Hulburt 


Bays 


Runnion 


Carrington 


Loy 


Anderson 


Ball 


Bryan 


Harris 


Andrews 


Wilkerson 


Dingess 


Meredith 


Allen 


Farris 



. . . little knew what we were get- 
ting into when we undertook to 
publish the 1942 Berea College 
yearbook. But we found out. Little 
by little we learned by painful 
experience a lot of things we hope 
never to have to learn again. We 
thought, planned, drew, tore up, 
and planned again. We inspected 
other annuals; we talked with men 
experienced in college yearbook 
publishing; and all along we had 
our own ideas. We discussed, dis- 
agreed, and fought. We grinned, 
shook hands, and planned some 
more. 

We used about 217 flash bulbs, 
1679 sheets of typing paper, 46 3 
sheets of copy paper, 1 1 / 2 gallons 
of rubber cement, 47 big sheets of 
mounting board, 4 or 5 partially 
complete 168-page dummies, and 
more man hours of hard labor than 
the average college student spends 
in four years of classes. 

We wore out two sets of bicycle 
tires rushing from the printers to 
the CHIMES office, to the pho- 
tographer's, to the CHIMES office, 
to the printers; we demolished some 
23 pairs of shoe soles walking while 
someone else had the bike. The volt- 
age used in lighting the office 
while the rest of the world slept 
would be sufficient to keep the 
college amply illuminated from 
now till Home-coming. We missed 
classes, dropped courses just in the 
nick of time, cut chapels, yes, 
even missed meals, in order to 
make the 1942 CHIMES more than 
an artist's conception on high- 
grade newsprint. And . . . 




dVow it i± di 



ons 






":l^".:- 



SaiketkMI 



Coach Clark 



\ \ \ 



C&iiif the highlight cjf the I94Z fatketfalt Je^cn 




Harold Adams 





Frank Duff 



Frank Heinze 



Always a surprise team, the 1942 Mountaineers saw both the bottom and 
the top. After dropping six straight games, including the pre-season loss 
to a more experienced alumni quintet, the Big Blue team marched into the 
University of Louisville gym and carried away a 37-3 3 victory. The first 
conference loss for the Cardinals was due largely to the sensational shooting 
of Sophomore "Doc" Heinze who swished the net for 17 points. Bays, 
playing one of the best defensive games of his career, held Louisville's star 
forward Epley to 14 points. 

Three days after the victory over Louisville, Morehead came to town, 
cocky and undefeated. Before five minutes of playing time had elapsed the 
Eagles began to realize that they were pitted against one of the fightin'est 



u>4A the 61-59 Mctctif cHel tjiciehead ch the ^etfkubif 



Baker 



Edward Warrick 



Claude Nelon 



£ 




jfUct JfHMty 3/ 




teams the mountains had ;ver produced. With Bays control 
boards, and Baker, Armstrong and Heinze hitting the bucke 
regularity, the Big Blue team ended the regular game time i 
with the Eagles. In the overtime period Heinze tied the game u 
goal after Morehead had forged ahead and then dropped in 
shot from the corner to win the ball game 61-59. Armstro 
high with 14 points each. 

After these two surprise victories the Mountaineers were 
into the win column until the K.I.A.C. tournament. In the second 
they defeated Center 3 3-30 and in the third round lost to 
team 5 3-34. 

Bays, Moore and Kirby will graduate from the team, but Offy le 
hind a quintet of Sophomores who will give the Alumni a rea' 
Thanksgiving. 




Jtcj/i yameJ cancelled except ^ci 36-3S m'h eM CuAtebH 



^ecch^if 



Back Row: J. Howard (M), A. Howard, Hall, Greene, 
Baird, Allen (C); 

Front Row: Porter, Pound, Clark, Bryant, Peel. 




VqlMn 



Back Row: Whitaker (C), Paseur (Mgr.), Gilbert, 
Sebren, Andrews; 

Front Row: Fillmore, Woodrum, Dodson, Mali by, 
Robertson, Anderson, Luf burrow. 



^eccH^iij 



Whitaker, coach, Cooper, Enix, Litton (C), Peel, 
Wilson, Viehe. 




£toJfWtteU k4t}facc<r3ftfr4n — uiH foul eqt ojf 4ix meet J 



Durii 

their oppiinen 
and Andl^ws 

Swim#hn 
FillmoreVMaltb. 




JtSeginntig practic 
best seasoj in five 
Berca tea 

On a tr*> into 
culum 32-J3. I 
won fromfrhe 
mural me#t the 
tion 21. /in t 
win the J.. I. A. 



erea tankmen the 
six meets, the 

eated Maryville 42-3 3 /nd lost to Tus- 

they^sa^l ost to Tu^fulum 3 3-41 and 

46-29. "*Tn a triangular intra- 

rits, Secondary 36, and the Founda- 

red 5 1 points to defeat Morehead and 



Jntire sTasonjWerea massed a total of 2 54 points to 205 for 
IaffiyL^n high scorers were Whitaker, 59; Thomas 40/ 2 ; 
57 ^d/^K- third. 

last time for Berea were: Andrews, Cloyd, Dickerson, 
lobertson, Anderson, and Whitaker. 



U A. A. 



Back Row: McKinstry, Bailey, Lankford, Meredith, 
Scott, Rice, Miller; 

Front Row: Barr, Campbell, Creamer, Combs, Dean. 




Ptftici/MttbH tif nil k«A keen the ffc<rl off the V). fi. A. in iU 
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Back Row: Lester, Payne, Thompson, Wilson, Hewitt, 
Wilson, Elliott, Coach; 

Front Row: Rice, Propps, Easterly, Miller, Combs, 
Scott, Bailey. 



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Back row: Pennington, Brake, Fredericksen, Loftis, Beck; 
Second row: Hansel, Lankford, Noss, Fisher, Sykes; 
Front row: Taylor, Dodson, Fox, Booher, Keen. 



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Back Row: Mieras, Callison, Elliott, Coach, Ernest, 
Singleton; 

Second Row: Colvard, King, Cook, Lyda, Bailey; 

Front Row; Bess, Bates, Boggs, Smith, Kinley. 



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Back Row: Willet, Creech, Evans, Elliott (Coach), 
Bardill, Bowling, Ballenger; 

Front Row: Gregory, Baker, Beaty, Keener, Moore, 
New, Jones. 






Back Row: R, Delph. Jennings, Tate, Fredericksen, 
Coach, Reynolds, Bailey; 

Front Row: Gilliam, Crook, King, V. Delph, Troutman. 



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Everything is tense as Greene gets the tip-off for the Alumni. The Fresh- 
men and Academy tangle in a preliminary game. Between halves of Varsity 
games the gym instructors put on exhibitions such as this. Prof. Feaver 
stole the show here as he did a few "difficult" turns on the Trampoline — yes, 
those are socks he is wearing. 





There's nothing like a baseball argument — everyone has his little bit to 
throw in and there is a grand noise which amounts to — poof! . . . Slim Miller 
and his perambulating trousers create laughs for the Sophomore social . . . 
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Back Row: Carrington, Mgr., Guntcr, Flannery, Dodson, 

Wilson, Myers, Gilreatli, Wall, Nelon, Clevenger, 

C. Hurst, Kilbourne, Baxter, Laswell, Coach Clark. 

Front Row: Lufburrow, Brush, Anderson, Mills, Gil- 
bert, Hulburt, Creswell, E. Hurst, Easterly, 
Whitaker, Coldiron, Woodrum, Cook. 



Back row: Clark (M), E. Hurst (C), Smith, C. Hurst, 
Kiser, Hall, Richie, J. Howard, Barton, G. How- 
ard, Allen (C); 

Front row: Williams, Shepherd, O. Hurst, Peel, Clark, 
Morrow, Austen, Porter, Burch, Enix. 



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The 1942 cinder team made its first trip of 
the season to the University of Cincinnati on 
April 2 5. With the effects of the long ride 
showing heavily they were able to compile only 
40 v 2 points to 90 '/ 2 for U. of C. The four 
first places were taken by Anderson, pole vault; 
Gilbert, 220 yd. dash; Hurst, 440 yd. run; and 
the mile relay team: Mills, Hulburt, Easterly, 
and Hurst. 



Performing on the cinders in their last sea- 
son were Hurst, Gilbert, Hulburt, Moore, 
Anderson, Whitaker, Wall and Easterly. Not 
only will Berea have a tough time replacing 
these stalwarts but she will also be faced with 
the difficult problem of replacing its track 
coach, Roger Clark. 



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matches to Centre, 7-1, 6-2, and one to the 
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Back Row: G. Smith, Crockett, Moore, Bensey, England, 
Ottinger, Blackburn, Troutman , T. Smith, 
Petitt, Pauck (C) ; 

Front Row: Wilson, Armstrong, Bower, Rutnoski, Shue, 

Spurlock. 



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Back Row: Moores, Pound, Bush, Sandlin, Combs, 
Watson, Ruth, Wilson; 

From Row: Marcum, Hays, Potts, Manning (M), Pel- 
frey, Morris, Taylor, Reynolds, Shrader. 



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Back Row: Coach Gunkler, Hulburt, Shaffer, Bays, 
Nelon, Moore, Patton, Dodson, Coach Clark; 

Front Row: Coach Shutt, Whitaker, Creswell, Tatone, 
Gilreach, Tully, Frye, Coach Allen. 



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For health, for longevity, for defense, 
just however you want to look at it, 
Berea's priority on Goldthwait exercises 
help to keep both men and women "in 

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KATIE CHAMBERS 

VIVIAN BAILEY 

JANE COX 

EUNICE GARCIA 

JUANITA MORRIS 

CHARLOTTE VANDIVER 

NANNIE MOXLEY 




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W'i.son, Gr.h'-m, W'cckes, K Smith, R. Hasted)', 
A. E.isterl/, R. Wilson, Smith, Enix, Ayres, 
Cecil r.in, Ambrose, Bogi;s, I it tun, Center, C. 
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Back Row: Loy, "Walters, Smith, Lang; Smith, Thomas, 
Moore, O^jLrd, hActClt, cJeeciT; 

Third Row; Potts, Spurlock, H. Wesley, Leddingham, 
Abbott. Sparks, Imrie, New, Hoffman, Jones, 
M. Wesley; 

Second Ruw: Barton, Koostra, Dodson, Campbell, 
(times, Hamilton, Brickey, Vaughn, Mink, Willet; 

Front Row: Litton, Turner, Wilson, Keener, Beaty, 
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Back Row: Cloud, Deitz, Davis, H. Wesley, 
Abbott; 

Third Row: Hill, Taylor, Davis, Warholm, 
Martin, Crabb; 

Second Row: Monier, Smith, Beck, Gay, Nestor, 
Culbertson; 

Front Row: Orth, O. Wesley, Morrow, Thor- 
ington. 




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Top Row: Snodgrass, Phillpott 

Bottom Row: Hulburt, Andrews, Masengill 



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Snodgrass, Phillpott, Morris, Henderson, Andrews. 




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Gilbert and Sullivan always allow for 
brilliant costuming and scenery effects, 
and this production was no exception. A 
more picturesque scene would be hard 
to imagine than the good ship "Pinafore" 
with hardy sailors, uniformed officers, 
and gaily-bedecked maidens singing and 
dancing against the background of the 
billowy sea. 

Soloists were: Peggy Imrie, Ray Dur- 
ham, Harold Shoemaker, Bob Wheeler. 
Ruth Ingraham, Lucille Heffner, Bob 
Craig, and Charles Lord. 




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Back Row: Crippen, Sheiberg, Wilson, Archer, Canada, 
Eakin, Ingraham, Zicafoose, Fugate, Austin, Barr, 
Roberts, Wesley, Chambers, Miss Mahon, Director. 

Second Row: Cox, Yowell, Heffner, Allen, Bryant, 
Moncho, Imrie, Coyle; 

Front Row: Ritchie, Lykins, Young, Lilly. 



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Back Row: Garber, Gabbard, GUreath, Lord, Mills, 
Benjamin, Cole, Welsh, Wheeler, Bradley, Craig, 
Cheatham, Crouch. 

Front Row: Hollandsworth, Buchanan, Wesley, Elam, 
Wall, Tully, Steinberger, Durham, Shoemaker, 
Moore, Barath, Lufburrow. 

Foreground: Franke, Hovey. 



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Back Row: Masengill, Nestor, Noblitt, Roberts, Hardin, 
Weidler, Sattler, Runnels, Dcyton, Gilreath, Cole; 

Front Row: Dunford, Butler, Houck, Scott, Proodian, 
Irwin, Combest, Davis, Day. 





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Back Row: Graham, McCommack, Barr, Beaty, Hill, 
Davis, Home, Grote; 

Front Row: Thorington, Shires, Crouch, Boggs, Walters, 
Steinberger. 



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Back Row: Hurst, Scherrer, Blaker, Wright; 

Front Rowe: Crowe, Clark, Pugsley, Moore, Roberts, 
Fenn, Noll. 



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Bick Row: Hulburt, Merchant, Bays, Pearson, Pitt; 

Second Row: Crase, Loy, Brann, Wesley, Allen, Barr; 

Front Row: Witten, Wells, Yeager, Allen, Quinn, Fisher, 
Pauck. 



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Back Row: Loefer, Martin, Dawson, Wheeler, Kessel, 
Blaker, Sherrill, Pugsley; 

Second Row: Cloud, Mahaffey, Moore, Ward, Wright, 
Collins, Warner; 

Front Row: Hoffman, Merchant, Laswell, Hurst, Herrin, 
Reiley, Henderson. 




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. . .and why shouldn't they? No one ever knew what might appear in the 
next issue, and from the sound of some of it, neither did Editor Carrington. 
And of course if the editorial didn't have something surprising in it, "Spots 
O' Grease" sometimes got off a good joke . . . even if it was a little battered 
and misused, but Vanderheide had a good sense of humor. "Tampa's" col- 
umn, when it appeared, gave the latest score of the World Series game or 
a plav-by-play description of battles on the hardwood. 

But even with this competent staff the editor had his troubles, which 
forced him to retire from active duty in favor of a rest. Even today he can 
show you grey hairs that aren't peroxided. 

The Twenty Writers Club have accepted the responsibility of publishing 
the Wallpaper for the remainder of the year. Still they say the editors have 
their troubles. 




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Back Row: Brann, Hatcher, Crippcn, Youngc, Jennings, 
Quinn, Morris, Masengill, Rawlings; 

Second Row: Spickard, Sexton, Steinorth, Godbcy, 
Stanley, Hoffman, Brickey, Rath bone, Hardin; 

Front Row: Steinberger, Weidler, Loewenstcin, Grimes, 
Mr< Weidler, Noblitt, Parks. 



Steinorth, Ball, Dejarnette, Johnson, Farris, Patrick, 
Weekes, Penley, Stamper, Hulburt, Carrington, Van 
Krevelen, Auvil, Morgan, Ingraham, Arnett, Michiel, 
Godbey. 




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Merchant, Nickels, Flannery, Thomason, McVoy, Deitz, 
Larew. 




DR. DODD 



MISS McCOLLUM 



College Physician and Surgeon, and Superintendent of Nurses, respectively, 
among their many duties with college people and other than college people, 
see that .... 

Once emif 10,000 mite* . .. 

. . . the hospital gives the students a thorough check-up — ears, teeth, nose, 
heart, blood pressure, and pulse rate are some of the things that are given 
the once-over. We also get a glimpse here of a few of the nurses minus the 
stiff, white uniforms. 





Relaxation might be the theme of this group of pictures. From the Silver 
Creek footbridge to the fish pond everyone has slipped from attention to 
enjoy the freedom of outdoors. Even the faculty are plagued with the spirit 
of freedom. 





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INDEX 



AND SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



ADAMS, JOHN M., JR. _. .. 85, 103 
Track 1,2; Cross County 2,3,4, Capt. 
4; "B" Club 2,3,4; Ag Union; Ag- 
Home Ec 3,4; YMCA, Sec. 4; AZ; 
Labor: Dairy, Draper Bldg., Garden. 

ALLEN, BARBARA CATHERINE 

70, 72, 109, 111 

German Club 2,3,4; UD Women's 
Council 3,4; Glee Club; Berea Play- 
ers 2,3,4; Delta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; 
Labor: Women's Gym, Customer 
Service, Woodcraft Office. 

ALLEN, RUBY 89, 111 

German Club; Delta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; 
YWCA; Berea Players 1; Chimes 
Staff 4; Labor: Sec. Office. 

ANDERSON, GARNIE EARSLE ___ 93 
Track; Swimming 4; Ag. Union; Ag- 
Home Ec 3,4; YMCA; AZ 2,3; 
Labor: Dairy, Bakery, Printing, Li- 
brary, Customer Service, Grounds, 
Kitchen. 

ANDREWS, FLETCHER LANIER 

__ 72, 89, 92, 93, 103, 108 
Swimming 1,2,4; Cheer Leader 3,4; 
Track 1,2; "B" Club 2,3,4; YMCA, 
Cabinet 2,3,4; Tau Delta Tau 3.4; 
Berea Players; Alpha Psi Omega 3,4; 
Chimes Staff 4; Labor: Hospital, 
Bdg. Hall, Men's Gym. 

ARCHER, EULA KATE 71, 109 

Home Ec 3; Women's House Govt. 3; 
YWCA 2,4; Harmonia; Glee Club 
3,4; Berea Players 3,4; Labor: Boone 
Tavern, Pre-school. 

ARTHUR, JAMES 18 

Ag Union; YMCA 2,3,4; Photo Club 
1; Bird Club 2; Labor: Woodcraft, 
D'airy, Farm, Creamery, Poultry 
Farm. 

BAILEY, AUBREY HAROLD ._ __ 74 
Tennis 2,4; Basketball 3,4; Pi Alpha; 
LD Senate 1,2; YMCA; AZ; Labor: 
College Store. 

BAILEY, VIVIAN 72 

German Club, Pres. 4; YWCA 1,2,3; 
Berea Players 1,4; Delta Phi Alpha 
2,3,4; Labor: Treasurer's Office. 

BAKER, ANDREW 72 

CE 3,4; YMCA 3; Berea Players 3,4; 
Labor: Registrar's Office. 

BALES, CLARENCE HARRISON __ 72 
Track 2,3; Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 
3,4; YMCA; Berea Players; Phi Delta 
3; Labor: Library, Poultry Farm, 
Grounds, Creamery. 

BARR, FRANCES ALFREDA 

87, 109, 110, 111 

German Club; French Club; Photo 



Club; Delta Phi Alpha; YWCA; 
Union Church Choir; Harmonia; 
Glee Club; Labor: Labor Office, Bdg. 
Hall. 

BAYS, CLAUD MILLER ___ 89, 90, 111 
Class Vice-Pres. 1; Pres. 2; Basketball; 
German Club; Pi Alpha; Delta Phi 
Alpha; Sigma Pi Sigma; LD Senate 
1; Berea Players 1; Chimes Staff 4, 
Bus. Mgr.; AZ; Labor: Men's Gym. 

BETTIS, MADGE _. ._ 19 

WAA 1; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home 
Ec 3,4; PAF; YWCA, Berea Players 
1,2; Folk Club; Labor: Fireside Ind., 
Pre-school. 

BLAKER, ROBERT 111 

German Club 2,3; PAF 4; YMCA 1; 
Pi Alpha 3,4, Pres. 4; Sigma Pi 
Sigma 4; Co-op 1,2, Vice-Pres. 2; 
Who's Who Among Students; Labor: 
Library, Chemistry Dept., Physics 
Dept. ' 

BOWIE, CLEO HARRIETT 72, 76 

Home Ec 3,4; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; CE; 
YWCA 1; Ballad Singers 4; Folk 
Club 2,4; Berea Players 3,4; Country 
Dancers 4; Labor: Necdlecraft, Bak- 
ery, Emery Bldg. 

BOWIE, MARGERY MAE __ 70, 76, 84 
Home Ec 3,4; Ag-Home Ec 4; CE 
3,4; PAF 4; Labor: Customer Service, 
Needlecraft, Pre-school. 

BRADLEY, HARVEY DENTON — 76 
Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; YMCA 
4; Harmonia 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; 
Rho Delta 3,4, Pres. 4; Labor: Dairy, 
Poultry Farm. 

BRAFFORD, JACK ._ 19 

IC Basketball 4; YMCA; Royal Col- 
legians 2; Rho Delta; Labor: Treas- 
urer's Office, Creamery. 

BRANN, EDWARD R. __ __ 72, 111 

German Club; PAF; Spanish Club 4; 
Delta Phi Alpha; CE; YMCA; Berea 
Players 3,4; Bird Club 4; AZ 2,3,4; 
Labor: Registrar's Office, German 



BRIGHT JAMES LUTHER 20 

YMCA; PAF; Co-op; Labor: Woodcraft. 

BRYAN, GARNET ELIZABETH 

76, 109 

Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home Ec 3; YWCA 
2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; Glee Club 3,4; 
Labor: Labor Office, Ag Office, 
Admissions Office. 

BURDETTE, MARY ELIZABETH 
WAA 1; Labor: Candy Kitchen. 



BURLEY, MAXINE __ __ 85 

Home Ec 4; YWCA, Vice-Pres. 3; 
Glee Club 1; Harmonia 3,4; Berea 
Players 1; Movie Club 2; Labor: 
Candy Kitchen, Business Mgr's. Of- 
fice, Phil. Dept., Home Ec Dept. 

BURNS, KATHLEEN LENORD 

72, 76, 84 

Home Ec 3,4; French Club 2; ER 
House Comm. 4; CE 3,4; YWCA 2; 
Berea Players 3,4; Labor: Boone Tav- 
ern, lanitor, Monitor, See's Office, 
Bdg. Hall. 

CALHOUN, CHANDOS __ — 76 

Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; YMCA; 
Labor: Ag Dept., Athletic Dept. 

CANADA, LUCY __ 72, 109 

YWCA 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Harmonia 
1; Berea Players 4; Labor: Founda- 
tion Office, Pres. Office, Bdg. Hall. 

CARRINGTON, CHARLES CURTIS 

72, 76, 89, 92, 101, 103, 112, 113 
"B" Club 4; Mgr. Varsity Track 4; 
Cheer Leader 3,4; Ag Union; Ag- 
Home Ec; YMCA; Berea Players 
2,3,4; Twenty Writers 4; Wallpaper 
Editor 3,4; Chimes Staff 4; Labor: 
Bdg. Hall, Dairy, Creamery, Janitor. 

CASEY, MARY LOIS 20 

Home Ec; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; PAF; 
Labor: Hospital Diet Kitchen. 

CHAMBERS, KATIE LOUIS ... 70, 72 
Ag-Home Ec 3,4; UD Women's 
Council 4; YWCA 1,4; Berea Players; 
Labor: Candy Kitchen, Women's 
Athletic Dept., Bdg. Hall. 

CLARK, HORACE EDWARD 111 

Baseball 2,3; Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4; 
Labor: Printing, Woodcraft. 

CLOYD, ROGER W. __ __ 86 

Swimming Team; Band; Orchestra; 
Labor: Music Hall, Men's Gym, 
Chemistry Dept. 

COLE, RICHARD __ - 72, S4 

Pikeville Jr. College 1,2; French Club 
3; Men's Hall Union; YMCA 2,3,4; 
CE 2,3,4; Berea Players 3,4; Labor: 
Bdg. Hall, Dorm. Supplies, Janitor. 

COLEMAN, EDWARD A. _. __ 74 

Track 1,2; AZ, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 
Labor: Boone Tavern, Library, Jan- 



COLLINS, ARTHUR CARL __ .. 72 
Touch Football Champions 2; Ag 
Union 1; YMCA; CE; Berea Players 
2,3,4; Phi Delta 2,3,4; Labor: Poul- 
try Farm, Hospital. 



CORNETT, RUTH VICTORIA . 72, 87 
French Club; Women's House Coun- 
cil 4; YWCA lj CE 2,3,4; Ballad 
Singers; Harmonia 1,2; Berea Players 
3,4; Country Dancers; Labor: Labor 
Office. 

CORNETT, WILLIAM FRED .._ __ 21 
Track; Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4 
YMCA; Ballad Singers; Harmonia 
Folk Club; Rural Life Club; AZ 
Labor: College Store, Sec. Office, 
Farm, Dairy, Campus Guide. 

COSSETT, K. LOUISE 21 

German Club, Sec. 4; Delta Phi Alpha 
3,4; Labor: Business Manager's Office. 

COX, JANE ELIZABETH 70, 71, 109 
WAA; Life Saving 3; Home Ec 3,4; 
Ag-Home Ec 3; Pres. Assn. of UD 
Women 4; Board of Governors 3; 
UD Senate 4; Who's Who Among 
Students; YWCA; Glee Club, Sec- 
Treas. 4; Labor: LD Dean of Women, 
Phys. Ed., Registrar's Office. 

CRASE, RETHA ___ 70 

Harmonia 1,2,4; PAF; Pi Alpha; 
Labor: Laundry. 

DAVES, HUBER HAMRICK 22 

Labor: Boone Tavern. 

DEAN, JEANETTE COPE _ 72, 94 

WAA 2,4; Berea Players 2,3,4; PAF 
4; Labor: Publicity Dept., See's Of- 
fice, Tavern. 

DEAN, RALPH A. . . __ 72 

IC Basketball 3; Berea Players 3,4; 
PAF 4; Phi Delta; Labor: Printing 
Office. 

DICKERSON, JOE 72 

Swimming: YMCA; CE; Berea Plav- 
ers: Labor: Printing Office, Men's 
Phys. Ed. 

DILLINGHAM, HANSEL DEWITT 76 
Ag Union: Ag-Home Ec 3. 4; Bird 
Club 1, 2; YMCA; Rho Delta, Pres. 
3; Labor: Dairy, Janitor, Poultry 
Farm. 

DODD, AUDREY LOUISE ._. 17, 72 
Sec. Senior Class; Sec. Women's 
House Gov. Council 3; YWCA 1.2; 
Berea Players 1,4; Labor: Hospital, 
Bdg. Hall, Library. 

DUNAWAY. OPAL HARVY . 87 

B-sketball 1,2.3; WAA 1,2; Educa- 
tion Club 3,4, Pres. 4; CE 1; Labor: 
Hospital, Tavern. 

EAKIN. LAURA ALICE 72 

French Club 1.2, Vice-Pres. 2; 
YWCA; CE; Choir 1.2; Glee Club; 
Orchestra 1; Harmonia; Bere-> Plav- 
ers 4; Country Dancers 4; Folk Club 
3 4; Labor: Pre-school, Secretary's 
Office. 

EASTERLY, AMBROSE ... 101, 107 

Track; French Club 2; YMCA 1,2; 
LD Glee Club 1; Berea Players 2,3; 
Folk Club 2,3; Country Dancers 
3,4, Pres. 4; Labor: Hospital, Janitor, 
Maintenance, Library, Chapel Checker. 



EDWARDS, J. B„ JR. __ 74, 76 

Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Who's 
Who Among Students; YMCA; Rho 
Delta 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Labor: 
Garden, Dairy, Janitor. 

ESTEP, WILLIAM R., IR. ._ 86 

Delta Phi Alpha; YMCA 1,3,4; Band; 
Harmonia; Forensics 4; Photo Club; 
Labor: Music Dept. 

EVANS, BEATRICE EFFIE 72 

Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home Ec 3,4; 
YWCA 1,2,3; Berea Players 3,4; 
PAF 4; Labor: Foundation School 
Office. 

EVANS, MARY KATHERINE 72 

Berea Players; Labor: Treasurer's 
Office. 

EVANS, MIRIAM LOUISE __ 23 

YWCA; CE Cab. 4; Harmonia; 
Twenty Writers, Sec. 4; Bird Club, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Labor: Tavern, Art 
Dept. 

FILLMORE, HARLEY _ 71, 85, 93, 103 
Swimming 1,3,4; "B" Club 2,3,4; UD 
Senate 4; YMCA, Pres. 4; Harmonia; 
FOR 3,4; Labor: Registrar's Office. 

FISH, PAUL ROBERT 72, 76 

Ag-Home Ec 4; YMCA 1,2.3; CE 4; 
Berea Players; Rural Life Club 1,2, 
Pres. 2; Labor: Grounds, Monitor, 
Janitor, Boarding Hall. 

FISHER, JAMES 70, 111 

German Club 4; Delta Phi Alpha 
3,4; Men's Hall Union 4; YMCA 
1,2,4; Phi Delta 2,3,4; Labor: Bdg. 
Hall, Monitor, Janitor. 

FRANKLIN, GLADYS IRENE ._ _ 72 
Brevard College 1,2; Berea Players 
3.4; Folk Club 3,4; PAF 3; Labor: 
Ag Dept., Treasurer's Office. 

GABBARD, LUTHER 76 

Basketball 1; IC Basketball 2; Ag 
Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Labor: 
Creamerv, D'airy, Phys. Ed. Dept., 
Boone Tavern, Janitor. 

GARCIA, EUNICE JOSEPHINE - .-72 
Basketball 2,3; YWCA; Berea Players 
1,4; Labor: Labor Office, Mt. Weav- 
ers, Bdg. Hall. 

GAYHART, OLIVE 24 

Basketball 3; YWCA 2,3,4; PAF 3; 
Labor: UD Dean's Office, Women's 
Phys. Ed., LD Dean of Women. 

GILBERT, WILLIAM BEST __ 76, 101 
Track; IC Basketball 3; Ag Union 
2,3,4; Ae-Home Ec 4; YMCA; AZ; 
Labor: Library, Phys. Ed. 

GILLESPIE, TESSA GRACE 76 

Ag-Home Ec 4; YWCA; Co-op; 
Labor: Hospital, Janitor, Monitor, 
Pres. Home, Science Bldg. 



GOBLE, MERIEL ELIZABETH 



24 



French Club; YWCA; Harmonia; 

Union Church Choir; Vanguards; 

Labor: Pre-school, Fireside, Music 
Hall. 



GRAHAM, AFTEEL 72, 110 

French Club 2; CE 2,3; YWCA 4; 
Photo Club 3; Berea Players; Labor: 
Fireside Industries, Bdg. Hall, 

GREEN, BERTHA JOHNSON 24 

YWCA; CE; Labor: Boone Tavern, 
Pre-school. 

GRIMES, MARGARET MARIE 24 

Ag-Home Ec 4,5; Harmonia 2; Pi 
Gamma Mu 4,5; Labor: Bdg. Hall. 

GRIMWOOD, DAVID NEWTON 

_ 72, 76 

Cross Country 3; Track 1,4; IC 2,4; 
Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; YMCA; 
Berea Players 3,4; AZ; Labor: Cream- 
ery, Dairy, Janitor. 

HALL, JUANITA LEE __ __ 71, 111 

French Club 2; Home Ec 3,4; Ag- 
Home Ec 3,4; UD Senate 3,4; YWCA 
1,2,4; Harmonia 1,2,3; Labor: Needle- 
craft, Bdg. Hall, Janitor, Checker. 

HENDERSON, LOIS INEZ 72 

Berea Players 3,4; Pi Alpha 3,4; 
Labor: Treasurer's Office, Mathe- 
matics Dept. 

HILL, MARGARET ELLEN 

72, 107, 110 

Education Club 5; YWCA; Berea 
Players; Bird Club; Photo Club 5; 
Labor: Candy Kitchen, Fairchild 
Hall, Art Dept. 

HOFFMAN, ELIZABETH ELLEN 

72, 87, 111 

French Club, Sec-Treas. 3; Phi Alpha 
2,3,4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; YWCA 
2,3,4; CE 2; Berea Players 2,3,4; 
Labor: Candy Kitchen, UD Office, 
Presser Hall. 

HOFFMAN, MARTIN FRANKLIN . 2 5 
German Club; YMCA; Berea Players 
1; Band; Zephyrs 2; Clarinet Quar- 
tet; PAF 2,3,4; Delta Phi Alpha 3,4; 
Wallpaper Staff 2; Labor: College 
Press, Library. 

HOLDER, RUTH PAULINA 25 

Basketball 1,2,3; CE 2; YWCA 1; 
PAF 4; Labor: Bakery Office, 
Women's Gym. 

HOPPER, MARGARET 72 

Home Ec 3,4; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; CE 
1,2,3; YWCA 1,2,3; Harmonia 1,2,3; 
Berea Players 4; Labor: Foundation 
Office. 

HULBURT, DAYTON DAVID 

72, 89, 92, 101, 103, 108, 111, 113 
Alpha Psi Omega; Delta Phi Alpha; 
Trac't; "B" Club 2,3,4; German 
Club 1,2; YMCA, Cab. 2; Glee Club 
2,3; Berea Players, Pres. 4; Twenty 
Writers 2,3,4; Co-op 2,3; Wallpaper 
Editor 2; Chimes 2,3,4, Editor 4; AZ 
1,2; Cheer Leader 3,4; Labor: Print 
Shop, Men's Gym, Citizen Office, 
Bdg. Hall, Alumni Office. 

HURST, EVERETT BROWN 

101, 103, 111 

Chairman Project Comm. 2; Track 
2,3,4; Cress Country 2; IC 2; PAF 



1,2,3 j French Club 1.2,3; "B" Club, 
Pres. 4; UD Senate 4; Sigma Pi 
Sigma 4; Pi Alpha, Vice-Prcs. 3, Sec. 
4; YMCA, Cab. 1,2; Co-op; Labor: 
Garden, Pres, Home, Registrar's Of- 
fice, Natural Science Oept., Janitor. 

INGRAHAM, RUTH R.AYMER 

._ 86, 109, 113 
Y\H A; Band; Orchestra; Glee Club; 
Twenty Writers; Labor: Library, 
Presser 1 [all. 

JENNINGS, MONROE R. 

Vice-Pres. of UD Board of Gover- 
nors 4; YMCA; Harmonia 3,4; De- 
bate; PAF; Labor: Hospital, Cus- 
tomer Service, Admissions Office. 

JOHNSON, ERMON FAYE ._ 72, 113 
YTCA Cabinet 4,5; Ballad Singers 
5; Folk Club 3; Berea Players 4,5; 
Twenty Writers 5; PAF 4; YCAW 
4,5; Vanguards 3,4,5; Labor: Candy 
Kitchen, Boone Tavern, Library. 

JONES, MARVIN DOUGLAS _ 70, 102 
Class Pres. 1; Basketball 1; Tennis; 
Men's Hall Union 4; YMCA Cab- 
inent; Zephyrs 2; Royal Collegians; 
AZ, Vice-Pres. 2; Labor: Treasurer's 
Office, Dept. of Ec. and Business. 

KESSEL, HILTON SNOWDEN _ 72, 111 
Pi Alpha 3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma 4; 
Men's Hall Union 3,4; YMCA; Har- 
monia 3,4; Berea Players 4; Labor: 
Mathematics Dept., Business Mgr's 
Office, Grounds, Laundry, Monitor, 
Janitor. 

KILBOURNE, EARL __ 26 

Basketball 1,2; IC 3; Ag Union 1,2; 
Labor: Boone Tavern, Maintenance 
Dept. 

KIRBY, HAROLD . 90 

Track 2; Basketball 2,3,4; IC 3; 
Band 2; Labor: Woodcraft. 

KIVETT, MINERVA ELIZABETH __ 87 
Education Club 4; YWCA; CE 3,4; 
PAF 4; Co-op, Vice-Pres. 4; Labor: 
Pre-school, Gift Shop. 

LAMB, EVELYN _. 72, 87 

Education Club 3,4; YWCA 1,4; 
Berea Players 3,4; PAF 4; Labor: 
Candy Kitchen, President's Home. 

LAMBERT, CAROLYN LAVENDER 26 
Life Saving 2,3,4; WAA; YWCA; 
Harmonia 1 ; Labor: Customer Ser- 
vice , Registrar's Office, Women's 
Phys. Ed. 

LAMBERT, RILEY M. 86 

YMCA 1.2; Bind 3,4; Royal Col- 
legians 2,3,4; Labor: Boone Tavern 
Gar;g3, Woodcraft. 

LANCE, ANNIE CORINNE ._ __ 72 
YWCA 1,2; Berea Players 1,4; Labor: 
Janitor, Bdg. Hall, Library. 

LAREV, ROBERTA PEARL 

~ -- — 95, 96, 113 
WAA; Life Saving 2,3,4; Outing 
Club 2,3; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home 



Ec 3,4; Co-op Council 4; YWCA; CE 
Cabinet 2; Harmonia 2,3,4; Bird 
Club 1,2; Labor: Publicity Office. 

LASWELL, TROY JAMES - 111 

Tennis 2; French Club 2; Pi Alpha 
3,4; YMCA; Photo Club 3,4; Labor: 
Bakery, Monitor, Janitor, Geology 
Dept., Dorm. Supplies. 

LEDFORD, ROY HENRY __ 27 

Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; YMCA; 
CE 3,4; Rho Delta 2,3,4; Labor: 
Heat and Power. 

LORD, CHARLES __ _. 76, 86 

Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Who's 
Who Among Students; YMCA; CE 
1,2; FOR; Band; Glee Club; Phi 
Delta; Labor: Music Hall, Dairy, LD 
Office, Boone Tavern. 

LOSHBOUGH, GETHA BERYL 72, 76 
Home Ec 3,4; Ag-Home Ec 3,4 
YWCA; Union Church Choir 2,3 
Harmonia 1,2; Berea Players 4; Labor 
Maintenance, Treas. Office. 

LOY, OPAL ILENE __ ._ 72, 89, 111 
German Club 3,4; Delta Phi Alpha 
4; Berea Players 3,4; Chimes Staff 4; 
Labor: Laundry Office, Bdg. Hall. 

McDANIEL, JUANITA BLANCHE _ 72 
French Club 1,2,3; UD Senate 3; 
YWCA 1,2; Harmonia; Berea Players 
4; Labor: Customer Service, Hospital. 

McKINNEY, GEORGE WESLEY, JR. 

72 

YMCA 1,2,3, Cabinet 2,3; Band 
1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Berea Players; 
Wallpaper 2; AZ; Labor: Printing. 

MAGGARD, TALMADGE PATRICK 

17, 85 

Treas. Senior Class; German Club 2; 
YMCA, Treas. 4; PAF 2,3,4; "Y" 
Guide 3; Rho Delta 3,4; Labor: Col- 
lege Store, Woodcraft, Janitor, LD 
Office. 

MALTBY, ALFRED HAROLD 

_ 76, 93. 103 

Ag Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4, Pres. 4; 
Swimming 2,3,4; "B" Club; YMCA; 
Phi Delta 2,3,4; Labor: Dairy, 
Creamery. 

MARTIN, MINNIE 70, 76 

Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home Ec 3,4, Pres. 
4; Assn. of UD Women 4; YWCA; 
Labor: Needlecraft. 

MASENGILL, HAL AKARD 

._ _ 72, 108, 1 10 

Class Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Alpha Psi 
Omega 2,3,4; Tau Kappa Alpha; Pi 
Gamma Mu 3,4; YMCA; Berea 
Players; Debate 3,4; Labor: Wood- 
craft, Bdg. Hall, Library, History 
and Political Science Dept. 

MEADOWS, MARY FRANCES EWEN 
.__ . 28 

Education Club 3,4; Labor: Knapp 
Hall, Admissions Office. 
MEEK, CLARENCE W. __ _ _ 70 

Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4: Men's 
Hall Union; YMCA; Labor: Ag. 
Dept. 



MERCHANT, DONALD JOSEPH 

70, 71, 111, 113 
P. Alpha 4; Delta Phi Alpha 4; Pres. 
of Men's Hall Union 4; Ul) Senate 
4; YMCA; PAF 3,4; Co-op; Labor: 
Dairy, Bdg. Hall, Janitor, Biology 
Dept. 

Ml Kl 1)11 II. III! I MA MURIEL 

76, 89, 94 

WAA, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 5; 
Ag-Home Ec; Home Ec 3.4; Chimes 
staff 4; Labor: Home Ec Dept., Sec. 
Office, Monitor, Admissions Office, 
Bdg. Hall, Women's Phys. Ed. 

MITCHELL, EVELINE __ 72, 84, 87 

Education Club, Sec. 4; French Club 
1; YWCA 1; CE 2,3,4; Berea Players 
4; Labor: Library. 

MOORE, C. EDWARD __ .. Ill 

Pi Alpha 3,4; IC Basketball 3. 

MOORE, FLOYD GLENN „ 71, 90, 111 
Class Vice-Pres. 3; Basketball; Board 
of Governors 3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma; 
YMCA; AZ; Labor: Bakery, Men's 
Phys. Ed. Dept. 

MOORE, MARGARET LOUISE 72 

Class Sec. 2; French Club 2; YWCA; 
Berea Players; Labor: Boone Tavern, 
Hospital. 

MORGAN, ROSELLA MAE . 34. 72, 113 
Orchestra 3; Harmonia 2; Twenty 
Writers 3,4; Berea Players; Folk Club 
2; Country Dancers 3; Labor: Hos- 
pital, Pre-school. 

MORRIS, JUANITA _. „ 72, 108 

YWCA 1,2; Harmonia 1; Berea Play- 
ers; PAF 2,3.4, Sec. 4; Tau Delta Tau 
3,4, Sec. 3; Alpha Psi Omega 4; Pi 
Gamma Mu 3, 4; Vanguards; Folk 
Club 1,2,3; Country Dancers; Labor: 
Hospital, Dramatics, Ec. Dept. 

MOXLEY, NANNIE V. ._ __ 72 

Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home Ec 3,4; Sec. 
of House Council 2; YWCA; Berea 
Players; Labor: Bdg. Hall, Customer 
Service, Pre-school. 

NESTOR, ARTHUR PAUL 

. _ -_ - 70, 71, 72, 110 
Tau Kappa Alpha; LD Senate 2; UD 
Senate 3,4, Pres. 4; Board of Gov. 3; 
YMCA; Forensics 1,2; PAF 2,3.4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Berea Players; AZ; 
Labor: Business Mgr's. Office, LD 
Office. 

NOBLITT, HARDING „ 17, 70, 72, 110 
Class Treas. 3, Pres. 4; PAF 2,3,4; 
Who's Who Among Students; Winner 
Peace Oratorical Contest 2; Winner 
Home Oratorical Contest 3; YMCA; 
Tau Kappa Alpha 2,3,4; Pi Gamma 
Mu 3,4; Berea Players 4; Debate 3,4; 
AZ; Labor: See's Office, History and 
Political Science. 

PATRICK, HELEN JO __ __ 72, 113 

YWCA; Berea Players; Twenty Writ- 
ers; Labor: Foundation School. 

PEARSON, EMMA MAE 29 

WAA; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Home Ec 3; 



YWCA 1,2; Folk Club 3; Labor: 
Boone Tavern, Gift Shop. 

PEARSON, FRED 111 

IC Basketball 2; German Club 3,4; 
Delta Phi Alpha, Pres. 4; Harmonia 
3; Phi Delta, Sec. 3; Labor: Bdg. 
Hall, Monitor, Janitor. 

PENLEY, JEWELL 72, 113 

YWCA 1,2; Berea Players; Twenty 
Writers 4; Folk Club 3; Labor: 
Boone Tavern, Customer Service. 

PERRY, MARGARET 70, 71, 85 

WAA 2, 3, Pres. 3; Board of Gov- 
ernors 3,4, Sec. 4; YWCA Cabinet; 
Harmonia 1; Pi Alpha 3,4; Labor: 
President's Office, Hospital, Biology 
Dept. 

PHILLPOTT, PEARL 72, 108 

YWCA; Berea Players; Alpha Psi 
Omega 3,4; Tau Delta Tau 3,4; 
Country Dancers; Folk Club; Labor: 
Registrar's Office, Admissions Office, 
Dramatics Dept. 

QUINN, WOODROW B. 72, 111 

YMCA; Berea Players 3,4; Pi Gamma 
Mu 3,4; Delta Phi Alpha 3,4; Labor: 
LD Office, Bakery. 

RATHBONE. JACK 70 

YMCA 3,4; PAF 3,4; Labor: Hos- 
pital, Janitor. 

ROBERTS, JEAN 70 

WAA; Council of Assn. of UD 
Women 4; Louise Veltin Prize 4; 
Who's Who Among Students; Glee 
Club, Pres. 4; Harmonia 1,4; Labor: 
Registrar's Office. 

ROBERTS, MARY HELEN 70, 85 

Class Sec. 1; German Club 1,2,3 
Delta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; PAF 3,4 
YWCA Cabinet; WAA 1,2,3; Labor 
College Press. 

ROBERTS, WILLIAM LEE 72 

German Club 2; Class Alumni Rep.; 
YMCA; Harmonia; Berea Players; 
AZ; Labor: See's Office, Monitor, 
Janitor, Bdg. Hall, Creamery. 

ROBERTSON, LLOYD EDWIN 

76, 93, 103 

Swimming; "B" Club 3,4; Ag. Union; 
Ag-Home Ec 3,4; YMCA; Livestock 
Judging Team; Rho Delta 2,3,4; 
Labor: Dairy, Creamery, Bdg. Hall, 
Monitor, Janitor. 

RUNNION, CHARLES T. 89, 109 

Ag. Union 1,2; YMCA; Harmonia; 
Photo Club 1; Chimes 4; AZ; Labor: 
Woodcraft office. Monitor, Janitor. 

ROMINGER, RUTH 34 

Labor: Business Mgr's Office. 

SCROGGS, LESLIE W. 31 

Phi Delta; Labor; Needlecraft, Cus- 
tomer Service, Monitor, Dept. of Eco- 
nomics and Business. 

STANLEY, ODESSA 72 

Pikeville College 1,2; YWCA 4; Berea 
Players 3,4; Labor: Customer Service. 



SHEPHERD, RALPH FRANKLIN __ 76 
IC 1; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Ag. Union, 
Pres. 4; YMCA; Phi Delta; Labor: 
Creamery. 

SHERRILL, FRANKLIN ARMONELL 



French Club 1; Pi Alpha; Labor: 
Business Mgr's Office. 

SHRADER, ETHEL MARJORIE . 70, 72 
Home Ec; Ag-Home Ec; Council of 
Assn. of UD Women 4; YWCA 1; 
Harmonia 1; Berea Players 3,4; 
Labor: Registrar's Office. 

SMITH, EUGENE FANNING __ 72, 76 
Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 4; YMCA; 
Berea Players 1,4; AZ; Labor: Moni- 
tor, Janitor, Bus. Dept., Treas. Of- 
fice, Foundation Office. 

SNODGRASS, FRANCES 72, 108 

Senate 2; UD Women's Assn. 3; 
YWCA Cabinet 3 ; Berea Players, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Alpha Psi Omega; Tau Delta 
Tau 3,4; Labor: LD Dean's Office, 
Dramatics Dept., Janitor. 

SPEARS, RAYMOND McFADDEN - 3 2 
IC 2,4; YMCA; Labor: Grounds, 
Janitor, Boone Tavern, Bdg. Hall. 

STEINORTH, MARGARET 113 

German Club 3 ; LD Senate 1 ; Who's 
Who Among Students; Delta Phi 
Alpha 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3,4; YWCA 
1,2,3; Twenty Writers, Pres. 3; Van- 
guards 3,4; YCAW 2,3; FOR 3,4; 
Labor: Ag. Office, LD Office, 
Women's Gym. 

TAYLOR, FRED MATTHEW __. 76 
Ag. Union; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; Phi 
Delta 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Labor: 
Farm, Poultry Farm, Creamery, Jan- 
itor, Post Office. 

THOMPSON, EMOGENE 76 

Home Ec Club 3,4; Ag-Home Ec 3.4; 
PAF 4; Berea Players 3; Labor: Bdg. 
Hill; LD Bible Dept., Janitor. 

THOMPSON, ROY HOBERT . 17, 72 
Class Vice-Pres. 4; Ag Union; Ag- 
Home Ec; Phi Delta; Photo Club; 
YMCA; UD Chapel Program Comm.; 
Ballad Singers; SS Council; Berea 
Players 1; Labor: Library, LD Of- 
fice, Bdg. Hall, Janitor, Garden. 

THORINGTON, DANIEL ___ 107, 110 
YMCA 3,4; Bird Club, Pres. 3,4; 
Photo Club 2,3,4; Labor: Art Dept., 
Biology Dept. 

TOMPKINS, HAROLD 72, 90 

YMCA 1,2,3; LD Glee Club 1,2; 
Harmonia Society 1,2,3; Berea Play- 
ers 4; PAF 3,4; Phi Delta 1,2,3, 
Vice-Pres. 2; Labor: Men's Weaving, 
Woodcraft. 

TULLY, HAROLD WADE 109 

Class Social Chairman 2; College 
Gvmnastics Champ. 4; Men's Glee 
Club, Bus. Mgr. 4; Band 1,2; Labor: 
Men's Phys. Ed. Dept. 

TURNER, EDWARD B. 76 



Ag. Union 2,3,4; Ag-Home Ec 4; 
YMCA 3; Labor: Dairy, Monitor, 
Janitor. 

VANDIVER, CHARLOTTE 

ELIZABETH 72, 76 

Home Ec 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Ag- 
Home Ec 3,4,5; YWCA 3,4,5; Berea 
Players 4,5; Outing Club 4; WAA; 
Labor: Candy Kitchen, Pre-school, 
Library. 

WALL, BURNICE LEE 76, 109 

Ag Union 2,3,4; Ag-Home Ec 3,4; 
YMCA 1,2,3; CE 3; Glee Club 4; 
Labor: Bakery, Dairy, Creamery. 

WALL, CHARLES LOUIS __ 101, 103 
Track 2,3,4; Pi Alpha. 

WALL, INEZ ASHLEY 33 

CE 3; Labor: Bakery, Post Office. 

WARD, CARL C. 76 

IC Basketball 4; Ag Union; Ag-Home 
Ec, Pres. 4; UD Senate 3; YMCA; 
LD Glee Club 2; Phi Delta 3,4; 
Labor: Janitor, Monitor, Boone Tav- 
ern, Creamery. 

WARD, CARTER 111 

IC Football 2, Basketball 3,4; YMCA; 
Phi Delta 3,4; Pi Alpha 3,4; Labor: 
Janitor, Boone Tavern, Bdg. Hall. 

WARNER, ESTHER R. 72, 111 

Pi Alpha 3,4; Tau Delta Tau 3,4; 
Berea Players; Girl Scout Leader 4; 
Labor: Fireside Sales Room, Sewing 
Room, Monitor, Gift Shop. 

WELLS, LOU ADA 87, 111 

Education Club 4; German Club 4; 
UD Senate, Sec. 4; CE 3; Delta Phi 
Alpha 4; Labor: Library. 

WHEELER, JUANITA 111 

Basketball 2; Pi Alpha; YWCA 2; 
Labor: Bdg. Hall, Pre-school, Hos- 
pital. 

WILKERSON, SALLY 72, 85, 89 

Home Ec 4; YWCA; Bird Club 4; 
Berea Players 4; Chimes Staff, 4,5; 
Labor: Bdg. Hall, Pre-school, Art. 
Bldg., Monitor. 

WILLIAMS, ANNA LEE — 76 

Home Ec 3,4, Sec. 4; Ag-Home Ec 
3,4; YWCA; Labor: Library. 

WILSON, EDNA LOUISE 71, 72 

Board of Governors; Berea Players; 
Labor: President's Office, Bdg. Hall. 

WONG, RICHARD 

YMCA; Twenty Writers; Vanguards. 

WRIGHT, CLAYTON D. 111 

Pi Alpha 3,4; Sigma Pi Sigma, Sec. 
3,4; Labor: Print Shop, Business In- 
struction, Customer Service. 

WYGAL, JAMES MARION — _ 72 

Class Treas. 1; German Club; Twenty 
Writers 2; Berea Players; YMCA; 
Chimes Staff 2; AZ; Labor: Hos- 
pital Laboratory, Publicity Dept. 

YOUNGE, CHESTER L. . 34 

Danforth Creative Effort Prize 1 ; 
CE 2,3; PAF 3,4; Photo Club; Labor: 
Woodcraft, Monitor, Dormitory Sup- 
ply, LD History, Bus. Instruction 
and Ec. 



JUNIORS 

ABNEY, HAROLD COOPER __ __ 38 
ADAMS, WILLIE ROARK __ __ 40 

ALEXANDER, JOHN DEXTER 3 8, 70 
ALLENDER, WILLIAM EMER, JR. _ 3 8 
ALLEY, GEORGE D. __ 40, 72, 85, 86 

ANDERSON, ELMER ._ 37 

ANDERSON, FERNE __ __ 40, 76 

AUSTIN, INEZ ILENE __ __ 109 

BAILEY, MARION LOUISE __ __ 94 

BAKER, THELMA INEZ 40, 72, 87 

BALL, RUBY _. . 72, 89 

BALL, ZORA BELL __ __ 3 8, 70 

BECK, CHARLES E. JR. __ __ 39 

BENJAMIN, ROBERT BRUCE _ 39, 109 
BIGGERSTAFF, EDYTHE __ „ 87 

BISHOP, CHARLES EDWIN ^_ __ 40 

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM E. 37 

BOWLING, GENE DOYLE 38, 86 

BRAKE, KEITH . 40 

BRICKEY, QUENTIN __ „ 38, 71 

BRIGHT, JOHN CALVIN __ __ 72 

BURTON, MARITA __ _ 37 

BUSSING, SARA __ __ 72 

BUTTE. ZORA 37, 87 

CAMPBELL, EDITH _. __ 37 

CLOUD, JOEL JONES ._ 37, 107, 111 
CLOUSE, EDNA __ __ 87 

COCHRAN, LACY ERNEST __. __ 40 

COFFEY, RUTH _ 37 

COLDIRON, HENRY CLAY __ 78, 103 
COLEMAN, EDWARD A. __ 101 

COMBEST, LOUIS W. 39, 70, 72, 74, 110 
COMBS, REBECCA _ __ 94 

COOPER, VIRGINIA 38, 70, 72, 95 

COTTLE, GARLAND RAY 37 

CRAIG. ROBERT LELAND __ 86, 109 
CREAMER. TOSEPHINE C. .__ 70, 94 
CRFSWELL, HARRIS __ 39, 101, 103 
CRIPPEN. LOIS ._ __ 40, 70, 87, 109 
CROUSER. DORIS __ 3 8, 76 

CROWE, FLORINE CATURIA __. 39 
DAILY, DORTHA __ „ 38 

DAVIDSON, HENRY __ ._ 37 

DAVIS, KATE ._ 39 

DAVIS, WILLIAM 107 

DAWSON, ELLEN 39, 111 

DAY, HARRY WILLIAM __ . 3 7, 110 
DE JARNETTE, ANN __ 38, 72, 85, 113 
DINGESS, LANHAM . 39, 72, 89 

DUNFORD, CLARENCE 38, 70, 84, 110 
DURHAM, RAYMOND .. __ 86, 109 
EAKIN, ELEANOR __ ._ 39, 109 

EASTERLY, RUBYE R. _. 40, 94, 107 

EBBS, FRANCES 38 

EDWARDS, ROBERT __ __ 38, 74 

FARRIS, DONN 38, 72, 76, 85, 89, 113 

FREEMAN, MADGE 37 

FRYE, JAMES K. __ 36, 39, 71, 72, 103 

GRAY, JEAN 40, 70 

GRIFFIN, EILEEN 70, 72 

GROSS, JOHN __ 40 

GWINN, JESSIE __ 72 

HARDWAY, WILLIAM 39 

HEAD, WILLIAM 39, 72 

HENDERSON, JACK __ __ 72, 108 

HERRIN, LUCILLE 37, 111 

HEWITT, GEORGIA 94 

HILL, GEORGIA 37 

HINCHMAN, WILLIAM 3 9, 8 5 

HOUCK, CHARLES E. ___ 37, 72, 110 

HOWARD, EDITH 76 

HUBBARD, ETHEL 38 

HUNTER, GRAY __ 39 

IRWIN, INEZ 37, 110 



ISON, FORRESTER __ _ 37 

JONES, JAMES .. ._ 98 

JONES, .JUSTINE __ __ 37, 85 

[UDD, MARY OPHELIA ._ __ 40, 70 
KELLAR, MARTHA ANN __ .. 37 

KILBOURNE, CARL __ .. 37, 74 

KIRK, WYNONA __ 38 

KIRSTEIN, FLORENCE __ 48, 78, 101 

LESTER, LOUISE .. 79, 94, 95 

LYKINS, ESTER __ 76, 109 

MARRS, MO __ 3 9 

METCALF, JOE _. ._ 3 8 

METCALF, QUENTIN .. ._ 3 8 

MILLER, EDNA __ ._ 3 8, 94 

MILLS, MOSS ___ 39, 74, 101, 103, 109 
MORRELL, GARLAND __ _^ 40, 86 

NELSON, JEANNE __ __ 40 

NESTOR, JANET __ __ 70 

NEWMAN, CARL __ __ 3 9, 84 

NICKELL, SUSAN ._ 39 

NICKELS, MARGARET ._ 37, 76, 113 

NORMAN, RALPH .__ 37, 112 

PASEUR, TAMES _. . 93 

PAYNE, OPAL ._ 94 

PILSON, BERTHA __ 40 

PITT, LELDON ._ 3 9, 74 

POTTER, HOMER _ 37, 70 

PRATT, RUTH __ 36, 39 

PROPPS, KATHLEEN __ 72, 94 

OUEEN, THEODORE __ 38, 72, 74 

RABURN, J. C. . _ 38, 70, 74 

RANDLES, MARY LOU 37, 70 

RAWLINGS, LA RUE _. 38 

REDMAN, TOHN 39, 72 

REILEY, BETTY 3 8, 72, 86, 111 

RICE, NANCY LANE 40, 85, 94 

RITCHIE, MILDRED 39, 109 

ROBINETT, GLADYS 39, 71. 86 

RUNNELS, ROBERT 37, 72. 110 

RYNERSON, JAMES __ 37 

SANDERS, FRANCES 3 8, 70, 71, 72, 112 
SCHF.IBERG, ELLEN __ __ 40, 109 

SCHERRER, VICTOR __ 40, 71, 78, 111 
SCOTT, PEARLE __ 36. 38, 71, 94. 110 

SEAY, FLORENCE 38, 72 

SHELTON, NELLIE __ 39, 70 

SHORT, ANNA MAE 37 

SMITH, WARREN ._ 72 

SPURLOCK, HUGHES 40 

STAMPER, TEDDY 37, 113 

STANLEY, OSCAR EUGENE 39 

STEINBERGER, CLARENCE __ __ 39 
STEPHENS, LINDA JANE __ __ 40 

STEWART, GEORGE _. ^ 40 

STONE, SARA __ __ 3 9 

STRONG, ETHEL 3 8 

TAYLOR, GLENN 39 

TENNANT, HARRY 38 

THACKER, FRANCES 39, 70 

THOMAS, ROY 93 

THOMPSON, FREIDA ELOISE - 3 9, 94 

TOBY, WILLIAM 40 

VAUGHN, GRACE 76 

WAGERS, MARTHA 37, 86 

WALKER, JACK 36, 3 8, 74 

WALTHER, FELICIA 39, 95 

WATSON, JAMES 40 

WESLEY, FRED __ __ 37, 86, 103, 109 

WILSON, CHRISTINE 37, 72, 94 

WILSON, RUTH __ 37, 72, 94, 107, 109 
WING, JAMES MARVIN _. ._ 3 8 

WITTEN, RALEIGH _ 39 

WOLFRAM, ALICE ._ 37 

WYGAL, SAMUEL 38, 74 

YOWELL, MARGARET 38, 109 



SOPHOMORES 

Adams, G. Mack _. ._ 43 

Adams, Robert 46 

Alley, Mary 43 

Arledge, Fred 45 

Arnett, Willard _. 45, 113 

Atchley, Margaret 45 

Baker, Byron __ _^ 46, 41, 91 

Barath, John 45 

Barr, Evelyn 42, 94 

Baxter, William _. 46, 72, 78, 101, 103 
Beck, Ovaline __ ._ 107 

Blakey, Mildred __ 43 

Booher, Lurine 43 

Bowen, Ermel 43 

Bradley, William _. __ 42 

Brady, Verna 44 

Brake, Annabel 41, 43, 72 

Bramlett, Charles 44 

Brickey, Robert 41, 42 

Brown, Ralph 46 

Brown, W. Evelyn 46 

Buchanan, Hiram 44, 86, 109 

Buckles, Vivian 45, 70 

Buckner, Boyce 46, 72 

Butler, Mary 46 

Cadle, Dean 46 

Cawood, Walter __ __ 41, 44 

Chambers, Mildred 44, 109 

Chandler, Dorothy 43 

Cheatham, James 45, 72, 109 

Clark, Edmonia 43 

Coates, Mary Elizabeth 45 

Cole, Robert __ 46, 70, 72, 86, 109, 110 

Coleman, Virginia 70 

Counts, Harold 42 

Coyle, Bob Carolyn 109 

Crosswhite, Glenn 43 

Crouch, William 46, 72, 109, 110 

Cyrus, William 44 

Daugherty, William 44 

Davis, Alta Mae 45 

Davis, Wilma 70, 87, 110 

Deitz, Estil 41, 45, 72, 107, 113 

Denham, John 86 

Deyton, Wendell 41, 44, 70, 72, 110 

Dodson, Jean 43 

Draughon, Virginia 44 

Duff, Frank 90 

Durham, Helen 45 

Eads, Jeanetta 43 

Edwards, Ella __ 46, 72 

Elam, Paul 72, 109 

Eldredge, Frances 44 

Ernest, Margaret 46 

Eversole, Elizabeth 42 

Fair, Ruth 44 

Falkenburg, Ruth 45 

Few, Benson 44, 72 

Fisher, Maxine 44 

Flannery, Clyde _^_ 43, 84, 85, 101, 113 

Flemming, Kermin 42, 70 

Foley, Hazel 42 

Fox, Alice 46 

Fuhrmann, Michael 42 

Gabbard, Otis 109 

Garber, Louis 43, 109 

Gay, Warren 107 

Gifford, Constance 42 

Gilbert, Porter 42, 93 

Gilliam, Marjorie 42 

Gilreath, James __ 46, 70, 103, 109, 110 

Givens, Evelyn 42 

Griswold, Mabel 44 

Guffey, Mary 43 

Gunter, George 46, 101 



Hall, Eli 43 

Hansel, Margaret 45 

Hart, Lewis 43 

Hayes, Elsie 43 

Hays, Earl 43, 86 

Heinze, Frank 45, 90 

Hiatt, Virginia 42, 72 

Hill, Gideon . 45 

Hollyfield, Grace 46 

Home, Marie 43, 72, 110 

Hubbard, John 44 

Hunt, Raymond O. 72 

Jones, Arlie 45 

Jones, Eunice 46 

Keathley, Mary 46 

Keen, Katherine 45 

Keen, Polly 42, 70 

King, Stanton 46, 86 

Knotts, Betty Jo 41, 44 

Lankford, Ann 45, 94, 95 

Lane, Dalton 70 

Lilly, J. Perl 109 

Little, Dewey 46 

Loftis, Eloise 44 

Lovelace, Paul 43 

Lowman, Reavis 45, 84 

Lufburrow, Robert __ 43, 93, 101, 109 

Luster, Lowell 42 

Lykins, Samuel 44 

Mahood, Chester 43 

McNeer, Mason 42, 72, 86 

McNeill, Robert 46 

Miller, Jason 42 

Moore, Dewey 45 

Moore, Jewell 44 

Morrison, Hugh 41, 44 

Morton, June 42 

Nelon, Claude 42, 74, 91, 101, 103 

Nelson, Mildred 46 

Nestor, Billie 42, 70, 72, 85, 107 

Noss, Margaret 44 

O'Daniel, Sarah 45 

Orth, Esther 42, 107 

Osborne, Virginia 44, 72 

Owens, Frances 44 

Peaslee, Ruth 42, 72 

Pennington, Eldred 44 

Pitt, McCoy 43, 111 

Potter, Hazel 42 

Potter, Irene 42 

Raines, Ernest 42 

Reber, Elwood 42 

Rickard, Robert 45 

Riddle, John 42 

Saeger, Clinton 44 

Schumacher, Elizabeth 46, 72 

Sears, Nadeane 43 

Sharp, Mary Nell 46 

Shaw, Marie 42 

Shelton, Jesse 46, 72 

Shires, James 110 

Shoemaker, Harold 44, 109 

Shupe, Mary 46, 84 

Sinclaire, Loree 46, 72, 87 

Smith, Ruby 70, 107 

Spurlock, David 43 

Stewart, Wayne 43 

Stillings, Frank 43, 72, 86 

Swearengen, Granvel 44 

Svkes, Anna Lee 46 

Tatone, Lige 103 

Taylor, Loretta 41, 44 

Terrill, June 45 

Thomason, James 46, 72, 113 

Thomson, Nora Lou 43 

Trumbo, Dorothy 43 

Waddle, Edward 45 



Walters, Letta 43 

Warrick, Edward 91 

Wheeler, Robert 43, 70, 72, 109 

Warholm, Nell 45, 70, 107 

Whisnant, Polly 46 

Whitaker, Eva Nell 46, 72 

Whitman, Lenore 41, 42, 72 

Wilcoxen, June 45 

Woody, Mildred 42 

Wooten, Norman 45 

Worley, Clyde 44 

Wyatt, Cam 45 

Yeager, Marian 45, 111 

York, Mildred 45 

Young, Annabelle 44, 72, 109 

Younge, Ellen Taylor 46 

FRESHMEN 

Abney, Lillian 52 

Adams, Harold _ 48 

Allen, Mildred 50, 72 

Allen, Paul 53, 74 

Allen, Ruth 52 

Allison, Margaret 50 

Altizer, Lillian 49 

Ambrose, Ellen 51, 107 

Armbrister, Margaret 51, 72 

Arms, Windle 49, 74 

Ayers, Ellen 49 

Bailey, Buena 49, 95 

Ballard, Charlotte 51 

Bandy, James 50 

Banks, Grant 51, 72 

Barbour, Anna _ 50 

Bates, Mary Virginia 52, 86, 95 

Bays, Juanita 54 

Beaty, Mary Elizabeth 51, 70 

Beaty, Robert 52, 72, 86, 110 

Benham, Roy 51 

Bensev, Frank 55, 86 

Bess, M. Louetta 51, 95 

Bettis, Malcolm 48, 72, 74 

Blevins, Douglas 48, 72 

Boehm, Robert 49, 72 

Boehm, Heinz 53, 72, 107 

Boggs, Hershel 50, 72, 107, 110 

Boggs, Ruby 53, 95 

Bower, John 54, 78 

Bowman, Margaret 49 

Brandenburg, Miriam 54 

Branham, Margerilla 48 

Breazeale, Claribel 49 

Brewer, Maude 51, 72 

Brice, Mabel June 49 

Brogden, Douglas 48 

Brush, Bradford 50, 101 

Bryant, E. Lewis 52 

Bulman, Eugene 52 

Burchette, Clyde 74, 86 

Bvrd, Joseph 52, 74, 86 

Caddell, Theodore 70 

Callison, Gilmer 52 

Callison. Margaret 51, 95 

Campbell, Gladys 48 

Campbell, Marian 53 

Center, Mabel 107 

Chafin, Naomi 52, 72, 85 

Chanev, Edna 50, 72 

Chownine. Chattin 54 

Clarke, Billie 54, 72 

Clay, Rebecca „ . 53, 86 

Clevenger, Lambert 51, 72, 78, 101 

Coates, Anne 51 

Cochran, M. Sue 47, 50, 70 

Cochran, Robert 52 

Cochran, William 107 



Coffey, Harding 53 

Collins, Evelyn 53 

Collins, George 54 

Colvard, Mabel 49, 95 

Combs, Alene 49 

Comer, Richard 54 

Cook, Arthur 52, 101 

Cook, Mary 51, 74, 95 

Cooper, Juanita 52 

Cornett, Burchell 54 

Cornett, Chester 53 

Cornette, Frankie 48 

Coville, Yvonne 52, 72 

Cox, Violet 48 

Creswell, Gene Reese 50 

Crockett, Curtis 5 5 

Crumpler, Seymour 52 

Culbertson, T Lois 107 

Croucher, Carol 51 

Davenport, Ray 49 

Dellinger, Eugene 53, 72 

Dillon, Marvin 51, 72, 74 

Dixon, Luwanda 49 

nodson, N. Taylor 93, 101, 103 

Dowdy, Harold 48, 74, 86 

Duff, Mike 52 

Edwards, Grey Holt 5 3 

Edwards, James 53 

Elliott, Ruby 52 

England, Printess 50, 74 

Ernest, Jeanne 51, 95 

Evans, Frances 49 

Fwen, Edward 49 

Ewen, Victor 51 

Felton, K. E. 55, 74 

Fielder, Robert 48, 86 

Ford, Jeanette 53, 86 

c r^nke, Allen 52, 86 

Frisby, Lorna 54 

Fugate, Jean 55, 109 

Fuller, Novella 48 

Gardner, Franklin 54 

Garren, Ledger 48 

Gene, Luise . 50, 72 

Gibbs, Jean 52, 72, 86 

Gibson, Raymond 48, 85 

Goodell, Alice 51 

Grote, Jean 54, 72, 110 

Harber, E. Hubert 53 

Haight, Robert 53 

Hall, Charles I. 49 

Hall, Garland 49 

Harper, Anna 52 

Harper, Rupert 53 

Hartt, Lois 54, 72 

Hatcher, Madeline 49, 72 

Head, Louretta 49 

Heffner, Lucille 50, 109 

Hodges, Russell 50 

Hollandsworth, Luther __ 54, 74, 86, 109 

Hollon, Beach 52 

Holmes, Lucille 48 

Horton, Anne 53 

Hubbard, Thomas 49 

Hunt, LeRoy 45, 72 

Hurst, Caleb 101 

Imrie, Marguerite 49, 86, 87, 109 

Ingram, James 48, 78 

Jenkins, Wintzford 51 

Jesse, Jimmy 49, 72 

Jessup, Margaret 50 

Johnson, Robert 54, 74 

Judd, Daniel 51, 72, 74 

Keener, Curtis 86 

Keener, Carolyn 53, 86 

Kelly, Adam 54 

Kennamer, James 49 



Kilbourne, George 48, 86 

King, Bettye Jeanne 53, 95 

Kinley, Gladys . - 53, 95 

Kirkpatrick, Nell 54, 72 

Kiser, Aileen 54 

Riser, Lucille 48 

Lewis, Doris 49 

Looney, Sylvia 48 

Loyd, Benjamin 51, 85 

Lut burrow, Peter 54 

Luna, Ardelia 54 

Lyda, Betty 54, 72, 95 

Martin, Juda 49 

McKinley, Lorene 48, 72 

McNeely, Harold 50, 86 

McVey, Florence 53, 72 

Melgaard, Robert 49, 74 

Michael, O. Ralph __ __ 50, 72, 113 

Mieras, Kathleen 52, 95 

Mize, Marvin 53 

Moncho, Jeanne 109 

Monhollon, Geraldine 52 

Monier, Helen 48 

Moore, J. Clifton 49, 74, 86, 108 

Mull ins, Eleanor 50 

Murphy, Bernice 54 

Myers, Richard 53, 101 

New, Geneva 54 

Nunley, Frances 53, 47 

Ogle, Mary 72 

Ogletree, Lee 51 

Ottinger, Roscoe 53, 74 

Park, Kathleen 48 

Parks, Robert 48 

Patterson, Meredith 51, 74 

Patton, Charles 49, 103 

Peace, Dora Nan 50 

Pennington, Delmas 53 

Peters, John 50 

Petitt, Richard 50 

Picklesimer, Custer 51 

Pierce, Mary 52 

Popenhagen, Frieda 86 

Porter, Rosemary 72 

Price, Luella 53 

Prince, Elizabeth 52, 72 

Proodian, Helen 53, 110 

Queen, Annie 55 

Rayburn, Charles 51, 86 

Reed, Woodrow 50 

Roark, Herman 52 

Roberts, Geneva 51 

Rodgers, Winifred 48, 72 

Rose, Byron 51 

Ross, Gertrude 51 

Rowe, Kathleen 50 

Runnion, Earl 51 

Russell, Jessie 49 

Rutnoski, Harvey 49, 102 

Salisbury, Lillian 52 

Salyers, Winfred 54, 86 

Saylor, Don 52, 86, 102 

Schumacher, Mark 72 

Sebren, Joseph 52, 86, 93 

Sewell, Hazel 54 

Shaffer, James 54, 74, 86, 103 

Shepherd, Millard 52 

Sherman, Eulene 53, 86 

Short, Faye 54 

Shue, Paul 47, 54, 72 

Singleton, Audrey 48, 95 

Singleton, Donald 48, 72, 102 

Slusher, Sara 51 

Smith, Dorothy 95 

Smith, Mabel 54 

Smith, Orson 49 

Smith, Troy 5 3 



Snow, Everett 52 

Spur lock, John 48 

Stafford, Eileen - 52 

Stamey, E. Nelson __ 55 

Steinberger, William _. ._ 109, 110 

Stone, Sterling 42 

Stout, John 48 

laylor, James — 47, 72, 85, 107 

Thomas, Imogene 49, 72 

Thomas, Lyell 51 

Thompson, Ernestine 50 

Troutman, Everett 54 

Tyree, M. Louise 51 

Vanderheide, Norma 48, 112 

Vandiver, Jean 54 

Venable, Levoy 50 

Wallace, M. Inez 50 

Webb, Charles __ 53 

Wells, Lillian Irene 48 

Welsh, William __ 72, 109 

Wesley, Ruth 51, 86, 109 

White, John 54 

Wilson, Josef 48 

Wilson, Vernon 52, 101, 102, 107 

Witten, Wendell 50, 74 

Woodie, Norris 49, 72 

Woodrum, Hobert 50, 72, 74, 93 

Wynne, Lillian 50 

Wynne, Lydia 50 

Yates, Henry 49 

Young, Louise 48 

Zicafoose, Frances 50, 109 

POST GRADUATES 

Blevins, Charles 56, 86 

Francisco, Blanche 56, 72 

Gilliam, Mary 56 

Gordon, Henrietta 56 

Greene, Hooper 56 

Hibbitts, Kermitt 56 

Lyles, Evelyn Roberta 56 

Matheny, Nell 56 

Moore, Max 56 

Muncy, Dorothy 56 

Mynhier, Newton 56 

Newton, Clara 56 

Proffitt, Frances 56 

Shepard, Helen 56 

Sparks, Corrine 56 

Sparks, Grace 56 

Sutton, Thelma Kathleen 56 

Viehe, Pierce 56, 93 

Walker, Arnold 56 

Wesley, Hoy 56, 107 

TWELFTH GRADE 

ABBOTT, OKRA 87, 107 

Union Church Choir 4; Danforth 

Chapel Choir 3,4; LD Chorus 2,3,4; 

Bird Club 2,3,4; Rural Life Club 4; 

Labor: Grounds Dept., Mt. Weaver 

Boys. 
ACRES, CHARLES OBALENE 

YMCA 4; Labor: Creamery, Monitor. 
ADAMS, JAMES HELTGEL 

Labor: Library, Janitor, Broom Factory. 
BAKER, COVA 58 

Danforth Prize 3, second place; Labor: 

Bdg. Hall, Bakery. 
BALLENGER, ULDENE 

CE 2; Labor: Commons, Bakery. 
BEATY, MARVIN OVADENE 

58, 84, 107 

Basketball 3,4; Rural Life Club 3,4; 

GR 1; WAA 2; CE 2,3,4; Harmonia 



3,4; Bird Club 3; Labor: Commons, 
Laundry, Pres. Office, Bakery Office. 

BILOTTA, ANGELO FRANK . . __ 58 
Labor: Paint Shop, Janitor, Waiter. 

BILOTTA, THOMAS JOSEPH 59 

YMCA 3,4; Hi-Y 1,3; Labor: Paint 
Shop, Bdg. Hall. 

BLACKBURN, HAROLD DAVID __ 86 
Band 2,3,4; Royal Collegians 3,4; 
L.ibor: Heat and Power. 

BLEDSOE, TOM RUSSELL 

CE; YMCA; Labor: Bdg. Hall, 
Dairy, Monitor. 

BOEHM, KARL HEINZ EUGEN 

72, 84, 107 

German Club 4; Country Dancers 
Honor Roll 3 ; Danforth Prize 3 
Thespian Treas. 4; YMCA; CE 
Band 3; Berea Players 2,3,4; Photo 
Club 3; Bird Club; Labor: Dairy, Mt. 
Weaver Boys, Commons, Library. 

BOWLES, HOWARD CLAY__59, 85, 110 
Social Com. 3; Project Com. 4; Pres. 
Student Cabinet 2; YMCA 2,3,4; 
Glee Club 2,3; Debate 3,4; Berea 
Players; CE; Union Church Choir; 
Labor: College Store. 

BOWLING, REBA 60, 72 

Secretary 4; Social Com. 3; Honor 
Roll; Berea Players 4; Labor: Laun- 
dry, Monitor, Tavern, LD Dean of 
Women. 

BOWLING, WINSTON WILLIAMS. _58 
YMCA; Hi-Y, Band 2; Labor: Bdg. 
Hall, Porter, Woodcraft, Mainte- 
nance Office, Commons. 

BRANSCUM, HOBERT 60, 84 

CE; LD Glee Club; Harmonia; Union 
Church Choir; Labor: Bdg. Hall, 
Janitor, Maintenance Dept., Men's 
Weaving. 

BRICKEY, SHIRLEY __ 60, 71, 84, 107 
LD Senate; CE; Rural Life Club; 
Labor: Fireside Industry, Laundry, 
Janitor. 

BROWN, WARREN 

Speedball Champs 4; Basketball 
Champs 4; Foundation Basketball 2. 

CAPPS, DAVID B. 58, 72 

Project Com. 4; Honor Roll 1; YMCA 
3; LD Glee Club 4; Union Church 
Choir 4; Berea Players 4; Labor: Col- 
lege Press. 

CALMES, ALVA MARIE 58, 107 

Rural Life Club: Labor: Fireside. 

CALMES, KENNETH 

Speedball Champs 3; YMCA 3,4; 
Labor: College Press. 

CHANEY, WESLEY 

Honor Roll 1,2; YMCA 3; Labor: 
Bakery, Janitor. 

CHILDERS, JACK 59 

Dorm. Com.; YMCA; Labor: Broom 
Industry, Industrial Arts Dept. 

CLARK, DONALD KARL 72 

Speedball 4; Basketball 4; Berea 
Players 4; Labor: Phys. Ed., Tavern 
Garage. 

CLARK, MARY BERNICE 60 

Glee Club 1,2; Labor: Labor Office. 

CREECH, EVELYN WELLS __ __ 59 
Labor: Commons. 

COOPER, FRED VINSON 68, 93 

Speedball Champs 3 ; Swimming 3,4; 
CE; YMCA 2; Hi-Y Cabinet 1,2; 
Bird Club 2,3,4; Photo Club 3,4; 



Labor: Broom Ind., Janitor, Com- 
mons, Customer Service, LD Office. 

DAVIDSON, EMILY JANE 84 

Rural Life Club 3; CE 4; Labor: 
Fireside Ind., Laundry, Janitor, Com- 
mons. 

DeBORDE, VERLA FRANCES __ 59, 72 
CE 1,2,3; Glee Club; YWCA; Berea 
Players 4; Bird Club 1,2,3; Labor: 
Bakery, Laundry, Foundation Office, 
Monitor, College Restaurant. 

DUNN, BERNICE JENNIE 

LD Social Com. 4; LD Glee Club 3; 
Danforth Choir 4; Labor: College 
Store, Needlecraft, Bakery. 

ELROD, WILMA 60, 71 

YWCA 4; LD Glee Club 4; Berea 
Players 4. 

ELSWICK, ROBERT BENNETT __ 5 8 
Swimming 3; Basketball 3; YMCA; 
Labor: Commons. 

FIELDER, MARY KATHERINE 

58, 72, 108 

Class Social Com. 3, 4; Danforth 
Choir 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Union 
Church Choir; Berea Players 3,4; 
Thespians 3,4, Sec. 4; Labor: Hospital. 

FRANCIS, ERMA LEE 58 

LD Glee Club 3; Labor: Heat ?„nd 
Power Office, Boone Tavern. 

FRAZIER, VIVIAN ROSE 5 8 

Class Social Com. 3; Class Proj. Com. 
4; Glee Club 3. 

GAY, SHELBY BARGER 

YMCA, HI-Y, Glee Club 1,2; Bird 
Club; Labor: Broom Ind. 

GILBERT, JACKIE 59, 72 

Berea Players 3,4; Labor: Boone 
Tavern. 

GILLIAM, ANNA LEE 5 8, 72 

CE 2,3,4; Berea Players 4; Forensic 
3; Labor: Bdg. Hall Office. 

GOSSER, BALLARD 58 

Labor: College Post Office. 

GRAHAM, MARGARET ANN _ 58, 107 
Country Dancers; Union Church 
Choir; Labor: Alumni Office. 

GREGORY, JESSIE 71, 72 

Glee Club 1,2; Berea Players 4; 
Labor: Bakery. 

GRIFFITH, ROWENA RETHA 59 

Labor: Fireside. 

GUARCH, AGUSTIN M. 5 8 

Swimming 1,2,3; IC Basketball 3; 
Spanish Club; Labor: Bdg. Hall, 
Woodcraft, Men's Phy. Ed. Dept. 

HALL, CHARLES RAY 

Class Project Com. 3 ; Class Social 
Com. 4; Honor Roll 3; Labor: Main- 
tenance Office, Fire Dept. 

HARDWICK, RENDA 72 

Berea Players 4; Labor: Laundry, 
LD Office. 

HAVERLY, CURTIS V. 59, 86 

Graphic Arts; Hi-Y, Sec. 3; YMCA 
3; College Band 2,3,4; Labor: Wood- 
craft, Commons. 

HILLARD, BOYD BYRON 58 

Labor: Boone Tavern, Commons. 

HOLMAN, BONNIE LOUISE 60 

Labor: Customer Service. 

HOSKINS, CONSTANCE 

YWCA; Labor: Bdg. Hall, Commons, 
Creamery, Country Home, Bakery, 
Laundry. 



HUBBARD, KEITH COLEMAN _ 60, 72 
YMCA; Berea Players 3,4; Labor: 
Men's Weaving. 

HUGHES, HELEN 

Student House Council; Glee Club; 
Labor: Tavern, Hospital, Commons, 
Fireside Ind. 

JONES, NANCY MARGARET 

59, 84, 110 

CE; YWCA; Berea Players; Forensics. 

JONES, RUTH EVELENE 59 

Rural Life Club 4; Glee Club; CE 4; 
Glee Club "B"; GR Cabinet 1,2; 
Labor: Laundry. 

KILGORE, VIRGINIA 58 

Honor Roll 2,3; LDSS Council; 
Labor: Mt. Weavers, Labor Office. 

LEWIS, LENA NOVARA 84 

CE 3,4; Harmonia 2,3,4; Rural Life 
Club 3; Labor: Fireside Ind., Mon- 
itor. 

LEADINGHAM, ANNA LEE __ 5 8, 72 
CE 3; YWCA 4; Berea Players 4; 
Rural Life Club 3,4; Labor: Candy 
Kitchen, Needlecraft. 

LITTON, COLUMBUS C. 60 

LD Senate 3; Honor Roll 2,3,4 
YMCA 3,4; CE 3; LD Glee Club 3 
Harmonia 3; Rural Life Club; Labor 
Broom Ind. 

LITTON, EDWIN E. 59, 93 

Senate; Swimming; Honor Roll 1; 
Photo Club 4; Bird Club 4; Graphic 
Art; Berea Players 3; Hi-Y 1,2; 
Labor: Bdg. Hall, College Press. 

McCORD, LOUIS ANDREW _ 57, 59, 85 
Class President 4; SS Council; YMCA; 
Labor: Monitor, Janitor. 

MONICAL, LOUISE BRUNER 5 8 

GR Cabinet 2; YWCA 4; LD Glee 
Club 3,4; PAF 3,4; Labor: Heat and 
Power Office. 

PARKER, OMA NAVADA 72 

CE 3; Berea Players 3,4. 

PARRIS, RUBY 59 

House Council; Honor Roll 2,3; LD 
Glee Club 2,3; GR 1,2,3; Labor: 
Candy Kitchen, Monitor, College 
Store. 

PATINO, ROBERTO 5 8 

Spanish Club 4; YMCA 4; Labor: 
Phy. Ed. Dept. 

PENCE, GEORGE W. 

YMCA; LD Glee Club; Labor: Wood- 
craft, Janitor. 

POTTS, FINIS RUSSELL 62 

POWELL, ROBERT WILLIAM __ 59, 72 
YMCA; Glee Club 2; Berea Players 
4; Labor: Commons. 

REYNOLDS, ARTHUR McCREARY, 

JR. 60 

Basketball 2,3; Track 1,2,4; IC 
Speedball 4; YMCA Cabinet 3; Hi-Y 
Vice-Pres. 3; Labor: Grounds, Bdg. 
Hall, Men's Phy. Ed. Dept. 

SANDLIN, TOLBERT 

YMCA; Soc. Comm. LD; Labor: Col- 
lege Press. 

SCOTT, TED ALBERT 60, 72 

IC Speedball 2,3; Florence Essay Con- 
test 3; CE 3; Berea Players 4; Labor: 
Bakery, Monitor, Janitor, Mainte- 
nance Dept. 

SEBASTIAN, CAPPIE 59, 84 

CE; Glee Club; Harmonia; Labor: 
Hospital, Commons, Bakery. 

SHRADER, JOHN RALPH 5 8 



YMCA; Labor: Broom Ind., Janitor. 
SKEEN, EARL 59, 92 

Basketball 3,4; YMCA 3,4; CE 2,3,4; 
Labor: Bdg. Hall, Woodcraft. 

SMITH, GLENN HOWARD 102 

YMCA; Labor: Grounds, Broom In- 
dustry, Commons, Bdg. Hall, Fire 
Dept. 

SPILLMAN, DONALD O. 59 

STODDARD, EDWARD GEORGE 

59, 110 

LD Senate 4; Forensics, Member of 
District Champion Debate Team 4; 
YMCA; Labor: Library. 

STAFFORD, LINLEY 58, 72, 108 

Issac Litton HS, Nashville, Tenn. 1,2; 
Berea Players 3,4; Thespians, Vice- 
Pres. 4. 

SUAREZ, CARLOS M. 57, 59 

Class Treasurer 3,4; YMCA 4; Labor: 
Commons, Printing Office. 

TARTER, HERLAN 

Secondary Speed Ball 3; YMCA 3,4; 
Labor: Woodcraft. 

TURNER, MATTIE 59, 72, 107 

Rural Life Club, Sec; YWCA; Glee 
Club; Berea Players; Labor: Hos- 
pital, Needlecraft, Laundry. 

VAUGHN, NELLA VEE 

CE 2; Rural Life Club 2,3,4; Labor: 
Needlecraft, Hospital, Laundry, Jan- 
itor, Monitor. 

WARD, ROY 59 

Hi-Y 1,2; YMCA 3,4; CE 2,3,4; 
Labor: Maintenance, Woodcraft. 

WATSON, LOUIS RICHARD 

Printing Club, Sd.; CE, YMCA; 
Berea Players; Labor: College Press, 
Fire Dept., Janitor, Boone Tavern. 

YORK, JAMES FRANKLIN 

58, 72, 85, 108, 110 

Swimming 1,2; Track 3,4; IC Soc- 
cer 2; Forensics, Superior in Dist. 
Oratory; YMCA Cabinet 3,4; LD 
Glee Club; LD Chorus; Hi-Y 1,2,3; 
Bird Club 2; Berea Players 3,4; 
Wallpaper Com. 4; Thespians 3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Labor: Bakery, 
Labor Office. 

YOWELL, JAMES EASTIN 59 

Honor Roll 3; YMCA 4; Labor: Bdg. 
Hall, Commons. 

ELEVENTH GRADE 

Abney, Lorene 63 

Allen, Philip 62 

Arthur, Kathleen 63 

Baker, Cleo 64, 95 

Bardill, Emma 64, 95 

Barton, Arlin 62 

Bait, Virginia 64 

Beck, Ora Lee _^ 62 

Benjamin, Jack 64 

Black, Maggie 63 

Blakey, L. Betty 63 

Broyles, Joyce 62 

Burchette, V. Mae 62 

Byrd, Lillian 64 

Calmes, Eva 62 

Chaney, Wesley 64 

Clark, Andrew 64, 101 

Clark, Jean 63 

Collum, J. C. 64 

Cook, Etta 63 

Cornelius, Stella 62 



Cox, Maleta 63 

Craycraft, Betty __ 64 

Davidson, Alice .-62 

Davidson, Emily 62 

Davis, Vida 63 

Evans, Bonnie 62, 95 

Gill, Pauline — _ — 62 

Goodrich, Beatrice 64 

Graves, Emmett — 62 

Guarch, Gerardo 64 

Hale, Laura Lee 63 

Hardwick, Renda __ 62 

Hall, Roy _. — 63 

Hamilton, Harriet _ 63 

Hammonds, Louanna 63 

Hays, Elbridge - 63 

Hays, W. Albert .. .. 63 

Hoffman, Harriet 63 

Howard, Jason __ __ 63, 92, 101 

Hurst, Clofis 62, 101 

Imrie, Elizabeth 63, 72 

Jackson, Opal 62 

Jasper, Earsel 62 

Jones, Fairie 95 

Keener, Mary Lou 63, 86, 95 

Kennedy, Ridley 62 

Kidwell, Lida 62 

Kilbourne, Elizabeth 63 

Kiser, Russell 62 

Lang, Patricia 63 

Leach, Dorothy 64 

Lehman, Arthur 63 

Lewis, Ollie 62 

Loy, Maxine 63 

McAteer, Paulette 62 

McVey, Lola Ellen 63 

Monier, Howard 62 

Moore, Evelyn 62, 95 

Morrow, Ernest 107 

New, Minnie 95 

Patrick, Betty Lou 62 

Patrick, Eulan 64 

Porter, Bobby 62 

Pound, J. Willadene .•_ 63 

Roper, Josephine 64 

Russell, James 63 

Saylor, Cora 63 

Slusher, Jean 62 

Smith, Jane 62 

Smith, Jetta 62 

Spence, Esther 63, 72, 86 

Stanley, Harry 64 

Thomas, Alberta 63 

Vaus'hn, Frances 62 

Warford, Pearl 63 

Wesley, Mae 62 

White, Bertha 62 

Willet, Beulah 95 

Wilson, Richard 63, 93 

Wood, Edith 63 

FACULTY 

Allen, B. P. 11, 92, 101, 103 

Allen, Julia F. 10, 70, 71 

Ambrose, L. M. 13 

Aspnes, Agnes 11 

Baird, W. J. __ _ 13 

Baker, L. M. 10 

Baker, Mary 13, 87 

Balzer, Margaret 12 

Bangson, J. S. 12 

Barrow, J. G. 85 

Blank, E. W. 13, 72 

Born, Anna 13 

Bowling, L. E. 12 



Brooks, Eleanor _. _ 13 

Brooks, Mary _ 12 

Burroughs, W. G. __ 13 

Candy, D. H. __ 13 

Cantieni, Joseph _ 13 

Capps, J. H. _. ._ 11 

Chapin, Margaret 11, 71 

Cheney, Gertrude 11 

Chidester, A. J. __ . 13, 87 

Clark, R. B. __ __ 13, 101, 103 

Crippen, L. F. __ __ 13, 113 

Dawson, C. C. __ 13 

Dekker, A. O. _. 13 

Dingman, Helen H. __ 13 

Dupuy, Mary __ 12 

Lla, Mary 11 

Elliott, Ann ._ 13, 95 

Engle, Virginia . _ 13 

Evans, Wilson 71, 102 

Faulkner, Jean 11 

Feaver, J. C. _. - 11, 85 

Fenn, Herbert 111 

Fielder, Benton 12 

Fredericksen, Helen 95 

Gunkler, O. H. 11, 103 

Hardin, R. R. ^_ 11, 70, 71, 72, 110, 113 

Hartt, J. N. 12, 85 

Harvey, Dorothy 13 

Hatcher, J. W. 12, 113 

Hickok, B. B. __ 72 

Hovey, R. E. 13, 109 

Hughes, J. W. 13, 71 

Hutcherson, W. R. 12 

Jameson, Gladys 11 

Keener, O. L. 12, 107 

Kerr, M. H. 12 

Kingman, Marian 12 

Kysela, Celia 13 

Lance, Harvey 12 

Loefer, J. D. 12, 111 

Ludlum, Charlotte P. 11 

McKinstry, K. Helen 12, 94 

Mahon, Patricia II, 109 

Meek, Jane 11, 86 

Monier, H. B. 13, 76 

Newbolt, W. E. „ ._ 12 

Noll, Waldemar _ 11, 111 

Parks, E. T. 13, 70, 113 

Pauck, C. E. 13, 102, 113 

Peck, Elisabeth 11, 86 

Peck, J. N. 11 

Pittman, H. H. 84 

Price, C. S. 12, 76 

Pugsley, D. W. 13, 111 

Reeverts, Emma 12 

Reid, Alice 12 

Richardson, Elizabeth 11, 87 

Rigby, Ralph 11, S6 

Risinger, Mary 1 1 

Roberts, G. G. 13, 111 

Ross, W. G. 12 

Russell, Pattie Jo 12 

Sattler, J. W. __ __ 11, 70, 71, 110 

Schultz, H. D. __ 11 

Shutt, C. N. — 10, 71 

Shun, N. M. _. 13, 102, 103 

Sikes, W. W. _. 13 

Smith, Emily Ann 12 

Smith, F. H. 11, 107 

Smith, Louis 12, 70 

Smith, May B. 11, 70 

Southworth, Annie 11 

Spillman, C. O. 12 

Stewart, F. A. 11 

True, Eunice M. 1 1 

True, Katharine 10, 71 

Walters, R. N. 110 



Weckcs, E. J. ||, in 

Weidler, A. G. .. . 11, 110, 113 

Wolford, Feastcr ._ 12 

Woodruff, Amy __ 12 

Woods, Ruth . 12 



ORGANIZATIONS 

Ag-Home Ec Club __ __ 76 

Ag. Union __ __ 76 

Alpha Psi Omega ^_ 108 

Alpha Zeta __ __ 74 

"B" Club __ ._ 103 

Band 86 

Baseball 102 

Basketball, Varsity 90, 91 

Basketball, Secondary __ 92 

Basketball, Women's _ 94, 95 

Cerea Players 72, 73 

Bird Club __ __ 104 

Bo-rd of Governors 71 

Cheerleaders 92 

Chimes Staff 89 

CE Cabinet 84 

Christian Endeavor 84 

Co-op 113 

Country Dancers 107 

Cross Country 78 

Delta Phi Alpha 111 

Education Club _ 87 

Fall 66 

Forensics, Secondary _ 110 

French Club __ 87 

Home Ec Club 76 

Life Saving, Women's 95 

Men's Glee Club _ 109 

Men's Hall Union 70 

Men In Service 88 

Mountain Day 80, 81 

May Day and Queen _ 104, 1C5 

Orchestra 86 

Phi Delta 74 

Photo Club 110 

Phy. Ed. Instructors 103 

Pi Alpha 111 

Pi Gamma Mu 113 

Pinafore 109 

Fublic Affairs Forum 70 

Rho Delta 74 

Royal Collegians 86 

Rural Life Club 107 

Senate, LD and UD __ 71 

Sigma Pi Sigma 111 

Soring 98 

Sunday School Council 85 

Swimming Teams 93 

Tau Delta Tau _. 108 

Tau Kappa Alpha 110 

Tennis 102 

Thespians 108 

Touch Football _. 78 

Track 100,101 

Twenty Writers 113 

Wallpaper 112 

WAA 94 

Winter ._ 82 

Women's Fall Sports 79 

Women's Glee Club 109 

Women's House Government 70 

YMCA S5 

YWCA 85 



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Service With A Smile 

flDa DRY CLEANING 

fjm TAILORING/ 
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NU-WAY CLEANERS 
Dependable Tailoring 

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; Compliments of 

•1* W. Purkev & Sons 

LOWE BROS. PAINTS AND VARNISHES 

"Where Bereans Save" 

Berea, Kentucky 





MARINO BROS. 

WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

IRVINE STREET 

RICHMOND, KENTUCKY 



Compliments of 

ROMINGER FUNERAL HOME 

Night Phone 48 :; " Day Phone 125 

Berea, Ky. 


Rotary, Exchange, Lions and 

Chamber of Commerce 
use 

HOTEL GLYNDON 
Richmond's Largest and Best 


W. C. ENGLE 

Dry Goods & Notions 

Berea Kentucky 


Compliments 

of 

ZARING'S MILL 

Use Zaring's Patent Flour 

Richmond Kentucky 


BE BETTER FITTED 
! ^» IN 

J2 1 9 

( VSHOKOF DISTINCTIOK 

for 

Men and Women 

BAYNHAM SHOE CO., Inc. 

"Home of Florsheim Shoes" 

135 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. 


Compliments of 

BLACK BROS. BUS LINES 

"Call us for Special Trips" 

Phone 210 

or 

Nearest Bus Station 

Richmond, Kentucky 



To The Class of '42 

Now you are "ALL OUT." 

You have finished and we congratulate you. 

But you have only begun. 

And may your "ALL OUT" efforts in helping 

Our Country through her gravest crisis 

merit you further congratulations. 

ZIMMER PAPER PRODUCTS 

INDIANAPOLIS 
"Guaranteed Bread Wrappers" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

GENERAL ROX COMPANY 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 

Designers And Makers of: Corrogated Cartons 
Nailed — Bottle and Wirebound Boxes 



BROCK-McVEY CO. 

IN( ORrORATl I) 

D I S T K I B U T R S OF 

Plumbing, Heating and Tinners' Supplies 

VINE AND SOUTHEASTERN STREETS 
Lexington, Ky. 



.JOHN SCHWARZ 

FINE FOOTWEAR 

754 & 756 McMillian Street 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



T. A. FOLEY LUMBER COMPANY 

HARDWOOD LUMBER 
PARIS, ILLINOIS 



! LITTLE MAMA'S 




TEA ROOM 


Compliments of 


For That Extra Snack 


THE BEREA BANK 


Short Street 


AND TRUST CO. 


W. T. Sistruivk & Co. 


Established 1891 Incorporated 1907 


WHOLESALE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS 


FRUITS — VEGETABLES — GROCERIES — CONFECTIONS 


(Largest in Central Kentucky) 


LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 


For all occasions, the year round... 




"Say It With Flowers" 


Compliments of 


From 


GENERAL- ELECTRIC 


RICHMOND GREEN HOUSES 


SUPPLY COMPANY 


J. P. Reichspfarr 


Lexington, Kentucky 


Phone 188 




Richmond Kentucky 





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COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



SERVE OUR DONUTS— DELICIOUS— TENDER 
DIGESTIBLE. REAL WHOLESOME ENERGY 
FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES. ENJOY THEM 
FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER, FOR 
PARTIES. 



Berea College Bakery 



COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 





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BAKERY AND CANDY KITCHEN WORKERS 



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The Berea College Candy Kitchen and 
Bakery maintain a high standard of health 
and sanitation throughout the plant. 

When you buy our merchandise you 
may feel assured that only the highest 
quality ingredients are used in the manu- 
facture of our Mountain Sweets and 
Bakery Products. 



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BREADS 
BUNS 
ROLLS 
CAKES 



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CRULLERS 

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BEATEN 
BISCUITS 



Home of 

BEREA COLLEGE 

BAKERY 

AND 

CANDY KITCHEN 




COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 



The Broomcraff 




The Needlecraft 




The Mountain 
Weaver Boys 



The Fireside 

Industries 



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Products of Student Industries 



Located on the Corner of Main Street 



Opposite Union Church 



Under Berea College Management — Berea, Kentucky 




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A PRIVATE HOTEL WITH ALL MODERN 

CONVENIENCES 

A REAL HOME ATMOSPHERE 

Managed and Controlled by Berea College 



Compliments of 
BEREA COLLEGE STORE 
Operated by and for students and workers of 
Berea College 



THE BEREA COLLEGE PRESS 

Printers of the Berea College 
Annual for the past fifteen years 

The House With A Reputation For Good Printing 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE JOHNSON ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 


Compliments 

of 

THE CROMWELL PAPER CO. 

Chicago, Illinois 


Compliments 

of 

LACQUER SPECIALTIES, Inc. 

Newark, New Jersey 


Four Color Printing With One 
Color Plates Our Specialty 
You Save The Difference 
j "Buy Defense Bonds" 

THE KLINGSTEDT BROS. CO. 

Printers, Lithographers and 

Premium Advertising 

Canton, Ohio 


Compliments 

of 

THE NEW FISHERIES CO. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 





VELVET BRAND 


Food Products of Quality 


Glace Cherries, Pineapple, Cit- 


Pickles, Preserves, Jams, Jellies 


ron, Lemon and Orange Peels 
for Fruit Cakes. 


and Fruit Butters 


Maraschino Cherries, Strawber- 




ries, Pineapple, Buttered Pecans, 


LUTZ & SCHRAMM, INC. 


Black Walnuts and other Fruits 




and Nuts for Ice Cream. Mince 


Pittsburgh, Pa 


Meat, Vanillas and other pure 




flavors. 




THE C. M. PITT & SONS CO. 




Baltimore, Md. 


INSIST ON 


Magnolia Meat Products 


DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT 


Emiiiart Packing Company 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE T. T. SLIDER COMPANY, INC. 

Louisville, Kentucky 



Freight service between Berea, Kentucky 



And 



Lexington, Louisville and Cincinnati, Ohio 



UNION TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 



Lexington, Kentucky 



AMERICAN COTTON 
PRODUCTS CO. 

Towels, Cheese Cloth, Gauze, 

Muslin and all Kindred Cotton 

Products 

2516 So. Damen Ave. 
Chicago, Illinois 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. 

COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS 

Also Complete Line of 

SCHOOL FURNITURE AND SUPPLIES 

117-125 South Fourth 

Wabash J 161 Louisville, Ky. 

Branch Store 

128 West Short Street 
Phone 3 372 Lexington, Ky. 



Compliments of 

Robert D. Wiley 
Sales Representative 
Krim-Ko Chocolate 

Flavored Drink 

KRIM-KO COMPANY 
Chicago, 111. 



Snow Ball Yarns 

STEINBERGER BROS., Inc. 

10 West 33rd Street 
New York City 

Converters of Worsted, 

Angora and Rayon Yarns 

for Hand Knitting. 



Saving For National Victory 

» CORRODEK LINERS do double duty to help conserve our country's resources. "When the baker lines 
his pans with Corrodek liners, he eliminates greasing, saving vital fats and time as well. Each liner 
becomes an individual container that carries the cake to the consumer, eliminating the packaging tray 
and again saving both material and time. CORRODEK, TOO, CARRIES ON FOR NATIONAL 
VICTORY BECAUSE IT SAVES! 

• Other Sherman products for baking and packaging include: 

• BAKING CUPS: Round, Square, Oblong, in white bake-test stock, or colored glassine. 

• FLUTED OR DIE-CUT LINERS: for all sizes of loaf cakes and layer cakes. Special Liners for Angel 
and fruit cakes as well as for buns, cookies, etc. 

• DOUBLE FACED CORRUGATED CAKE PADS AND DISCS in sizes to fit every need. 

• PRINTED BANDS AND LABELS in all sizes and shapes, in gummed and grease-proof stock. 

SHERMAN PAPER PRODUCTS CORP. 

Newton Upper Falls, Massachusetts 



NEW YORK 



LOS ANGELES 



2500-3000 Items of 

Useful Merchandise 

at 

BEREA 5c-$1.00 STORE 


Compliments 
of 

RIVERS' SHOE SHOP 

Short Street Phone 312 


Faculty and Students 
We Appreciate Your Patronage 

PORTER-MOORE DRUG CO. 

(Incorporated) 
Berea, Kentucky 


Where the Nation Shops and Saves 
Over 1600 Stores 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 

Richmond, Kentucky 


Compliments of 

: MADISON SOUTHERN 
NATIONAL BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

Member of the Federal Deposit Corp. 

Richmond, Kentucky 


OLDHAM, ROBERTS, and 

POWELL 

Incorporated 

Funeral Directors and 

Embalmers 

Phone 4 1 3 

Richmond, Kentucky 



WAN¥ED 



— MORE PORK 

— MORE BEEF 

— MORE MILK 

— MORE EGGS 

Uncle Sam with billions of ready cash is pleading for greater and 
greater production. Never before has the demand for all these 
products seemed so great. 

To get all the production possible out of poultry and livestock they 
must be fed scientifically balanced rations milled and blended to do 
the job. Purina Chows are made just that way. 




PURINA 
MILLS 

St. Louis, Missouri 



Best Wishes For The Class of 1942 

Davidson Brothers & Co. 

BEREA, KENTUCKY 



Compliments 

of 

OWEN MeKEE 

THE LADIES' STORE 

Richmond, Kentucky 



Compliments of 
BAKER'S NEWS 



Sleepy-Head House 

"The South's Most Complete Factory-Furniture Store" 

A complete furniture store where discriminating customers can get 
exactly what they desire in quality, home furnishings at low Factory- 
To-Consumer prices. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




Mattresses, Pillows, Box-Springs, Living Room Suites, Studio Couches 

SOUTHERN BEDDING CO., Inc. 

Main at Broadway Lexington, Ky. 

"We Work That You May Sleep" 



To the Senior Class and Student 
Body we wish to express our 
thanks for your Patronage, 
Good Will, and Patience through- 
out the past year. 



The Ogg Studio 



50 years of photography in Berea 



Compliments of 

Berea Dry Cleaners 

E. L. Edwards, Prop. 

Cleaning — Pressing — Tailoring 

Special Attention to Student 

Work 



Short St. 



Phone 328 



Compliments of 

DORIS PIATT 

SHOP 



USE OUR 

Monthly Payment Plan 
Accounts opened for total Pur- 
chases as low as $10.00. $2.00 
down and $2.00 a month. 

MONTGOMERY WARD 
& CO. 

Lexington, Ky. 




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NTUCKYS FINEST FURNITURE STORE 



LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 



THERE'S A 



To Suit Your Every Need 





6-cyl. Freon-1 1 
Compressor 




When you need cooling 
equipment for food service, 
making ice, conditioning air, 
quick-freezing, cold storage, 
process work, marine use, or 
for research , you'll find 
there's a Frick Refrigerating 
machine of the exact size 
and type to meet your re- 
quirements. • Compressors, 
condensers, coils, coolers and 
controls — for ammonia, car- 
bon dioxide, methyl chlo- 
ride, and Freon-1 2. • Get 
in touch with 

W. L. BAIN CO. 

219 N. Limestone 

Lexington 

Phone 1681 



Compliments of 

LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS 

Incorporated 



Lexington, Kentucky 

Millers of Soft Winter, Hard 
Winter and Northern Spring 
Wheat Flours. 

Hi-ratio Special Cake flours, 100 
percent Spring Whole Wheat 
flour and Vitohart germ-retaining 
white flours of unusual uniform- 
ity our specialty. 



Since 1884 

Lexington Cream Flour 

"The Finest your Money can buy" 

Thoroughbred Stock Feeds For 
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs. 
Kentucky Queen Starter, growing 
and laying mashes for chickens 
and turkeys. 



Compliments of 
BEREA MOTOR CO. 

Berea, Kentucky 


E. T. HAYS & SONS 

Grade "A" Milk 

Phone 32 


Life Insurance and Annuities 

LLOYD E. ROBERTS 

Special Agent 

Equitable Life Assurance 

Society 

Berea — Richmond 


HOTEL LAFAYETTE 
Lexington's Finest 

On U. S. Highways 

No. 25, No. 27, No. 60 and 
No. 68 

Len Shouse, Jr., Mgr. 


Distributors — Dealers 

CARRIER: Air conditioning's first name 
KELVINATOR: Specialists in controlled temperatures 
since 1914 
Water Coolers — Beverage Coolers — Room Coolers — Walk-in and 
Reach-in Refrigerators — Frozen Food Cases — Coal Stokers — Gas 
Furnaces — Commercial Refrigeration 

COMBS LUMBER COMPANY 

Incorporated 

Lexington Kentucky 


Compliments of 

STATE BANK AND 
TRUST CO. 

Member of the Federal Deposit Corp. 
Member of the Federal Reserve System 

Richmond, Kentucky 


MEEKS MOTOR FREIGHT, Inc. 
"Here Comes Meeks" 

722-724 National Ave. 
Lexington, Kentucky 




FULLER BRUSHES 

Personal • Household • Industrial 

THE FULLER BRUSH COMPANY 

HARTFORD, CONN. 



Compliments of 

Berea National Bank 



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"THE MAHAN COMPANY" 

Winchester, Ky. 

A complete line of Field Seeds, 

Ford Tractors, and Farm 

Implements 

240 North Main St. 

Phone 1000 



Compliments 

of 

NIC NAC FOODS 



We Arc Headquarters For 

GOOD LUMBER 

Mahogany — White Pine — Cherry 

Birch — Poplar — Red Gum — Maple 

White Oak — Red Oak — Magnolia 

Boat Material — Cypress 

Kiln Dried Stock For Immediate Service 

We Will Appreciate Your Inquiries 

Charles F. ShiHs & Co. 

Long Distance Phone — Cherry 0239 Cincinnati, Ohio 

Congratulations to the Graduation Class 

Lee Clay Products Co. 

Manufacturers of 
Septic Tanks Architectural Chimney Tops 

Salt Glazed Sewer Pipe Fire Brick and Grate Backs 

Fire Clay Flue Linings Agricultural Drain Tile 

Your Farm Department Uses Our Drain Tiles and Sewer Pipe 
CLEARFIELD ROWAN COUNTY KENTUCKY 




SEXTON SERVICE 
OFFERS YOU 



• The only nationally advertised brand of 
foods prepared exclusively for the institu- 
tional market. 

• The security of endorsement by all the 
leading trade associations in the institu- 
tional field in the United States. 

• The facilities of the only wholesale 
grocery company operating plants in the 
two principal American markets — Chicago 
and New York. 

• As rendered by America's largest dis- 
tributors of number ten canned foods, a 
distinctive service on a complete assort- 
ment of quality foods packed in this institu- 
tional size container. 

• Home recipe pickles, relishes and con- 
serves from Sexton Sunshine Kitchens — 
delicious and appetizing. 

• Carefully selected coffees — blends re- 
sulting from years of careful study — 
roasted fresh daily at Chicago and Brooklyn. 

• A selection of your needs from the 
largest inventory ever assembled for the 
particular needs of those who feed many 
people each day. 



JQm SEXTON^ 

Established 1883 

Edelweiss Quality Foods 

CHICAGO DALLAS BROOKLYN 





BOSTON VARNISH CO. 



Everett Station 



Boston, Ma: 




I IOSPITAI. 



Suppli 



Equipment 
Surgical Garments 

Trusses 
Sick Room Supplies 



CROCKER -FELS 



IS West 7th St. 



Cincinnati, O. 



NOW • • • 

"Trane Heating, Cooling and 
Air Conditioning equipment — the 
nation's most complete line — now 
serving industrial, military and 
naval national defense construc- 
tion." 




THE TRANE COMPANY 
LaCrosse, Wisconsin 

In Louisville: 201 Breslin Building 
Telephone: Jackson 2988 



Our Merchandise 

Is Sold At 
The College Store 

SIMON AIDES SONS CO. 

Louisville, Kentucky 



Compliments 

of 

THE JAY GARMENT CO. 

Portland, Indiana 



Compliments of 

PAN CONFECTION 

FACTORY 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF A BOOSTER OF 

CLEAN SPORTS 




IT'S 



VAN BIBBER'S ( Rough & Ready ) 



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That Has Stood the Test for Sixty- three Years 

ESTABLISHED 1868 

Telephone, PArkway 5640 

224 East Eighth Street, Cincinnati 



TO BEREA .... 


LINEN & COTTON YARNS 


Our sincere appreciation for the many 


for 


years of pleasant associations we have en- 


joyed as suppliers of Boxes for Berea Beaten 


HAND WEAVING ! 


Biscuits and other Bakery Products. 


and 


The GARDNER-RICHARDSON Co. 
i Middletown, Ohio 

Manufacturers of Folding 
Cartons — and Displays 


CROCHETING 

Hughes Fawcett Inc. 

1 1 5 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. 



"Compliments to a Worthy School" 

THE WESTERN STAR MILL COMPANY 

Salina, Kansas 


COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES FROM 

Codell Construction Company 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS WINCHESTER, KY. 


; LOOK FOR THE AMERICAN 
TRADE-MARK, THE SIGN OF 
QUALITY PAPER PRODUCTS 

Porcell Cups Drinking Cups 
Chop Holders Skewers 

BETTY BRITE 

Doilies Napkins 
Ramekins Baking Cups 
Shelf Papers Lining Paper 

AMERICAN LACE PAPER CO. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 


CONGRATULATIONS 

Everett Randall, 
Morehead, Kentucky 

Hawk James, 
Betsy Layne, Kentucky 

Homer Randies, 
Berea, Kentucky 

Jasper Smith, 
Bulan, Kentucky 

Lee Thomas, 
Corbin, Kentucky 

Harold Scott 
Lexington, Kentucky 

Representing 

LOUISVILLE TIN & STOVE 

COMPANY. 

"Progress" since 1888 


Whether . . . 

It's Badminton or Tennis 

JUNEMAN'S 
Is the Gut of Champions 




THE NORTHWESTERN 

ELEVATOR AND MILL CO. 

MT. VERNON, OHIO 



"The Telephone" 

Ashland Home Telephone Co. 
Incorporated 



PLUMBER'S SUPPLY COMPANY 

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY 

Plumbing — Heating — Mill Supplies 

Kohler Plumbing Fixtures — Weil McLain Heating 



COMPLIMENTS OF 
A FRIEND 




500 Varieties 
MONARCH FINER FOODS 



Compliments 

of 

BECKER TAILORING CO. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 



KNITTING YARNS 

for over 30 years 

Ask for Free Sample Card 

also Looms for Hand Weaving 

CLIVEDEN YARNS— Dept CH 
711 Arch St., Phila., Pa. 




IM IRABLE 



Spring-Air is built to keep its comfort 

for years and to do that, top quality 
materials, many of special design, are 
put together in such a way that Spring- 
Air is really durable. 



Manufactured by 

LOUISVILLE BEDDING CO., INC, 

"A. Division of Spring Air" 
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 



SOUTH KENTUCKY PIPE 
LINE CO. 

High grade refined petroleum 
products 

Somerset, Kv- 



Compliments of 

GULF REFINING CO. 

Incorporated 



MARSHALL LUMBER 

and 

MILL COMPANY 

Incorporated 

MANUFACTURERS 
YELLOW PINE LUMBER 

Concentration Yard 
Mill Work 

Montgomery, Alabama 




( /feWADSW0RTH^WCTRICMFG(9.lNt 

CmingtonWgfliKentucky. 

Manufacturers of 

SAFETY SWITCHES 

DISTRIBUTION PANELS 

ELECTRIC TIME SWITCHES 


W. A. KEITH COMPANY 
FLOUR & FEED BROKERS 
Phone 12 
Hendersonville, N. C. j 


This Issue Of The 1942 Chimes Is Bound In A 

KINGSKRAFT COVER 

Produced Exclusively By Kingskraft Division 

Kingsport Press, Inc. 

1 Kingsport, Tennessee 



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